Erin Bubner obtained her Bachelor of Aquaculture degree from University of Tasmania in 2004. She then completed her honours degree at Flinders University in 2005. Her honours project investigated the live transport of the Australian greenlip abalone, which looked specifically at the combined effects of temperature regulation and supplementary oxygen on the physiology and survival of abalone post mortem. Following this, she worked as a Research Assistant for Flinders University at the Lincoln Marine Science Centre from 2006 to 2008 conducting laboratory based analysis for several Aquafin CRC Projects focused on product quality of southern bluefun tuna. Erin then embarked on a PhD at Flinders University in 2009, investiagting the captive breeding of the southern bluefin tuna. She successfully completed her PhD in 2012. Erin is now a Research Fellow with Flinders University, where she is based at the Lincoln Marine Science Centre with part secondment to Clean Seas Tuna Ltd.
Research Fellow, Lincoln Marine Science Centre, Port Lincoln, South Australia
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