Toni Laaksonen
I am a Senior lecturer of ecology at the Department of Biology, University of Turku. Before this position I was working as an Academy research fellow at the Universities of Turku (2011-2014) and Helsinki (where I was based as a Senior curator at the Finnish Museum of Natural History in 2009-2011). I gained both my MSc (2000) and PhD (2003) in Turku and worked as a post doc in Turku and in the Netherlands institute of Ecology before the Academy fellowships.    
My research interests range from animal behaviour to multitrophic ecological interactions and evaluation of conservation strategies. My current main study systems are the hole-breeding animal community and birds of prey. To see my publications, use the links on the right to my ResearcherID or ResearchGate pages.