Conservation Biologist, The University of Queensland

Justine Shaw is a Research Fellow applying conservation decision science to the terrestrial Antarctic, sub-Antarctic and island ecosystems. She works on threatened species conservation on Australian islands. Her research focuses on Antarctic protected areas, Antarctic biosecurity, species interactions and investigating how invasive species influence ecosystem function. Justine is interested in the role of invasive vertebrates as drivers of ecosystem change over time, space and management regimes. She is interested in ways of dealing with uncertainty in large scale eradication attempts. Justine has been working in polar research for over 22 years.
Justine is also an executive member of the Australian Academy of Science Early Mid Career Researcher Forum. She is an advocate inclusivity and gender equity in STEMM.

Experience

  • –present
    Conservation Biologist, The University of Queensland

Education

  • 2005 
    University of Tasmania, PhD