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Associate Professor in Evolutionary and Conservation Ecology, Monash University

Our research group investigates the evolutionary ecology of environmental change. We use field studies, field-and lab-based experiments, comparative analyses, morphological analyses and molecular approaches to examine the impact of past, current, and future environmental change on phenotype, life-history, and distribution. We use squamate reptiles as model systems in which to examine the ecological and evolutionary impacts of environmental change.

Experience

  • 2009–present
    Associate professor, Monash University

Education

  • 2005 
    Australian National University, Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)

Research Areas

  • Ecology (0602)
  • Evolutionary Biology (0603)
  • Ecological Applications (0501)
  • Zoology (0608)

Honours

Chair, IUCN SSC Skink Specialist Group