I am a postdoctoral researcher specialising in molecular biology, genomics and genetics at the University of New South Wales.
My research background is on the conservation and population genetics of dingoes. Other research interests include the use of genetic/genomics tools to inform conservation management, the evolution of canids, domestication as a genetic process and the utilisation of genetics/genomics for invasive species management.
Adjunct associate lecturer, UNSW Australia
Research assistant, UNSW Australia
Research fellow, UNSW Australia
Taxonomic status of the Australian dingo: the case for Canis dingo Meyer, 1793, Zootaxa
Elucidating biogeographical patterns in Australian native canids using genome wide SNPs, PLoS ONE
Conservation implications for dingoes from the maternal and paternal genome: multiple populations, dog introgression and demography, Ecology and Evolution
New insights on the history of canids in Oceania based on mitochondrial and nuclear data, Genetica
Managing dingoes on Fraser Island: culling, conflict, and an alternative, Pacific Conservation Biology
Diet adaptation in dog reflects spread of prehistoric agriculture, Heredity
The identification of dingoes in a background of hybrids, Advances in genetics research
Evidence of recent population expansion in the field cricket Teleogryllus commodus, Australian Journal of Zoology
Grants and Contracts
Did Dingoes colonise Australia once or were there multiple introductions with seafaring traders