Monash University postgraduate conference, November 2016

I am a Marie Skłodowska Curie Actions Global Fellow at The University of Sydney, and a Research Affiliate at the Sydney Institute of Marine Science.

My broad research interests lie at the intersection of ecology, evolution and physiology. I am fascinated by phenotypic variation, in particular during early life stages, and seek to understand the causes and consequences of this variation in order to predict how species may evolve under environmental change. I use field and experimental work, and long-term datasets on a range of study organisms (fish, reptiles, marine invertebrates, and seaweeds), along with meta-analysis and comparative methods to understand the patterns and processes underlying biodiversity across time and space.

Please contact me with any questions regarding this research, or visit my google scholar page.