We use information from genetics and genomics to address pure and applied research questions in population, conservation and evolutionary biology.
Our emphasis is on aquatic animals (particularly fishes, marine mammals and invertebrates) – but we also enjoy working with terrestrial organisms!
We do fieldwork in Australia and in other regions of the world including Amazonia, Patagonia, Gulf of California, southern Africa, Pampas, Cerrado, Galapagos, Indo-Pacific and Antarctica.

 
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  • Genetic rescue is cover of Evolutionary Applications! 19 Jun 17. Our latest paper on genetic rescue is cover of Evolutionary Applications, one of the top journals in evolution (ranked 7th in the field)! This major and timely study of Macquarie perch is a collaboration with Paul Sunnuck's Lab at Monash University and with several government fisheries agencies. Title: "Severe consequences of habitat fragmentation on genetic diversity of an endangered Australian freshwater fish: A call for assisted gene flow" This paper is Open Access, access it here
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