Stephen Price, University College London
Recently, frogs, toads and newts in the Spanish National Park Picos de Europa have been dying in unprecedented numbers from a horrible disease which Stephen - It’s a fairly grave situation, a really serious picture for amphibians. So, it’s difficult to know how to tackle infections at wild ponds once they're established, other than removing all the animals that are infected from the site, which is a really tough ask and probably wouldn't be very popular anyway. So, I think the best way forward that I can see and that I can impact on is to try and get a better understanding of how these viruses are moving both globally and locally. And so, that's definitely something that I’ll be looking to pursue with my research.