BSc, AMIEnvSoc, AMRBS
Christopher Doyle is a plant biology graduate, whose final year in University College Cork was spent in a lab with some very hormonal potatoes.
After a brief stint in the Environmental Protection Agency and Teagasc, he now works as an ecologist for Flynn Furney, conducting habitat assessments, mammal surveys and environmental monitoring. His latest obsession is invasive species, which he will happily talk about ad nauseam.
A member of the CIEEM and the IES, Christopher is also a certified JNCC Marine Mammal Observer, first aider, day skipper, powerboat pilot and barista.
He continues his endless quest for qualifications with a joint Masters of Science in Bioeconomics at University College Dublin and Munster Technological University, exploring the value of natural resources and ecosystem services.