Julie Broken-Brow

PhD Candidate in Microbat Ecology, The University of Queensland

I am an ecologist and researcher with a particular interest in microbat ecology. I spend most of my time collecting field research data or assisting on bat surveys in the Asia/Pacific region. My PhD research is based on the roosting, foraging and population ecology of Sheathtail bats in Cape York, in far north Queensland. I also work as a consultant ecologist and help to develop bat detectors.


  • –present
    PhD Candidate in Microbat Ecology, University of Queensland


  • 2012 
    University of Queensland, Class I Honours (BAppSc) Wildlife Science