Kate's research focuses on people-wildlife interactions and the human dimensions of conservation. She is currently working with research students on these issues in Uganda, Guinea Bisseau and the UK. Previous PhD students have worked in Uganda, Colombia, Kenya and Guinea Bisseau.
- Human-wildlife conflict in Uganda (2005-2009) - funded by The Leverhulme Trust (F/100 382/F)
- Sharing landscapes and tolerating wildlife: the reintroduction of the red kite to the UK [with Miranda Strubel, Prof. S. Redpath, Dr A. Webber] (2015-