Professor, Research School of Biology, Australian National University

Craig did his undergraduate at University of Melbourne (1976-1979), where he developed his passion for evolutionary biology. For his PhD at ANU (1980-1985), he studied chromosome evolution and speciation in arid zone lizards, along the way discovering all-female reproduction in Heteronotia binoei. Then he moved across the Pacific Ocean for a postdoc at University of Michigan (1985-1988; mitochondrial DNA and evolution of parthenogenesis), before returning to a faculty position at The University of Queensland (1988-2000), including a stint as Head of School. From 2000-2012 he was Director of the Museum of Vertebrate Zoology at UC Berkeley. Sinc 2012, he has settled at EEG/RSB as a Professor and ARC Laureate Fellow.

Experience

  • –present
    Professor, Research School of Biology, ANU
  • –present
    Director, ANU-CSIRO Centre for Biodiversity Analysis