Coll Hutchinson is interested in the links between human health, biocultural diversity and the natural world. He is currently doing a PhD at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM), which aims to explore the relationships between Indigenous child health and wellbeing, biodiversity, and ecological knowledge. His research focuses on the Mbya' Guarani in Misiones, Northern Argentina and is funded by the Natural Environmental Research Council and Economic and Social Research Council. In addition to his PhD, he is also involved in research relating to Malaria and pregnancy and assists with a work experience program, which focuses on Engaging Youth People in Science. In his spare time he enjoys cooking, walking, reading, playing guitar and breakdancing, although not all at the same time.