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My research focuses broadly on conservation ecology, landscape genetics and taxonomy. I completed my PhD on the conservation ecology and trophic interactions of the northern quoll. I was involved in an innovative conservation program aimed at training quolls not to eat cane toads through conditioned taste aversion. I have since led research that provided taxonomic resolution of small petaurids, describing three distinct glider species. I am a Research Fellow and Lecturer at Charles Darwin University currently conducting research in ecology and landscape genetics to understand responses of threatened native species to fire on the Tiwi Islands.


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