In late 2020, I graduated from my PhD within the Molecular Ecology Lab at Flinders University, and I am a recurring tutor for the third year biology topic "Conservation and Ecological Genetics." I'm passionate about conservation and evolutionary genetics research and more broadly in scientific communication. This includes running my blog The G-CAT, which aims to disseminate complex aspects of conservation, ecology and the usage of genetics in these fields to a wider (non-scientific) audience.
My research interests include the relationships between environmental and evolutionary history, informing conservation management using genomics, and the process and consequences of speciation.
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