Maria Flavia Caruso

María Flavia Caruso received her doctorate from the National University of Salta in Argentina and is now a postdoctoral fellow at the National Council for Scientific and Technological Research. She is a founding member of the Jaguars in the Fringe Foundation and her current work focuses on human impacts on wildlife, including human–wildlife conflict, and the extent to which changes in land use affect wildlife corridors and dispersal between protected areas in north-western Argentina and southern Bolivia. Jaguars in the Fringe Foundation works at the local, national and international levels in coordination with the National Parks Administration, the National Council for Scientific and Technological Research and the Universities of Salta and Oxford, with funds from the Rufford Small Grants for Nature Conservation, Born Free Foundation and Fondation Segré.