2019 - Present: Spatial Ecological Modeller, UKCEH Wallingford.
2019: Postdoctoral Researcher, Troutreach, Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation, & the University of Saskatchewan, Canada
2018 - 2019: Post-Doctoral Research Assistant, Troutreach, Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation, & the University of Saskatchewan, Canada
2014 - 2018: PhD, University of Leeds & the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology. "Predicting ecological impact of invasive species''. Dr. Alison Dunn, Prof. Lee Brown and Prof. Helen Roy.
2012 - 2013: MSc. Ecology, Evolution and Conservation, Imperial College London. "Alien floras within the urban environment; a spatial analysis of Greater London’s plant communities''. Prof. Mick Crawley.
2009 - 2012: BSc. (Hons) Biological Sciences, University of Reading. Dr. Louise Johnson.
Fincham, W.N.W., Brown, L.E. Roy, H.E., Dunn, A.M., Interactive effects of resource quality and temperature drive differences in detritivory among native and invasive freshwater amphipods [In Prep.]
Fincham, W.N.W., Alison M. Dunn, Lee E. Brown, Helen Hesketh, Helen E. Roy (2019) Predators under pressure: predicting the impacts of an invasive non-native predator under pathogen pressure. (2019)
Kenna D., Fincham W.N.W., Dunn A.M., Brown L.E., Hassall C. (2017) Antagonistic effects of biological invasion and environmental warming on detritus processing in freshwater ecosystems. Oecologia 183:895
Ziv G., Mullin K., Boeuf B., Fincham W., Taylor N., Villalobos-Jiménec G., von Vittorelli L., Wolf C., Fritsch O., Strauch M., Seppelt R., Volk M., Beckmann M. (2016) Water quality is a poor predictor of recreational hotspots in England. PLOS ONE 11(11); e0166950
Rachel Farrow, William Fincham (2017) Woodland ladybirds: Impacts of the harlequin ladybird, Wood Wise, Summer 2017, pp.16-19
William Fincham, Katie Murray, Alison Dunn, Helen Roy (2016) 10 years of invasion; The harlequin ladybird in Britain, The Biologist, June, pp.28-31