Phill is Director of the Centre for Applied Conservation Science and Associate Head of the Department of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology in the School of Biological Sciences, The University of Adelaide.
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Talia oversees the lab's research project activity; assisting with scientific data management, grant writing, publication and research translation. Talia curates and maintains the lab's digital communication platforms and provides general administrative and teaching support.
(Co-supervised by Dr Thomas Prowse)
Jack is collaborating with the Australian Wildlife Conservancy to investigate how the spatiotemporal movement patterns, resource utilisation and resource selection by dingoes are driven by environmental and meteorological variables.
(Funded through the Invasive Animals CRC)
Amy is investigating the role of rabbit and virus genetics in the development of resistance to rabbit haemorrhagic disease virus (RHDV).
(Co-supervised by Professor Ivan Nagelkerken)
Shannon is researching human vs climate change effects on estuarine fish and shellfish communities and productivity.
(Co-supervised by Associate Professor Joshua Vincent Ross)
Freyja is analysing wildlife trafficking and crime in Southeast Asia.
(Co-supervised by Professor Paul Thomas)
Chandran is investigating the effectiveness of population-level genetic engineering using a CRISPR/Cas9 gene drive in mice for the control of invasive mammals.
Adam is monitoring the dynamics of online illegal and legal reptile trade and determining the origins of confiscated wildlife using isotope analysis.
Rachel is developing mathematical network models for combating the global illegal pangolin trade.
Katie is investigating isotope ratios in invasive species provenance.
Aurelie is researching evidence for trait dominance in dingo-domestic dog hybrid skeletons.