Adjunct Research Fellow, Science Communicator, The University of Queensland

I have extensive experience in shark neuroscience, development, ecology, health and husbandry, stemming from my postgraduate research in these fields and subsequent experience working hands-on with sharks every day as Animal Health Manager at a large, public aquarium.
More recently, I have been focusing on the science of shark-human interaction. I firmly believe that sharks and humans can co-exist, and share aquatic resources - we just need to be smart about how we do it.

Experience

  • –present
    Adjunct Research Fellow, Science Communicator, The University of Queensland

Education

  • 2009 
    The University of Queensland, PhD in Marine Biology