We borrow methods from other sciences to invent better ways to understand natural populations:
You could join us in any of three different ways:
You need to like genetics and conservation, and be OK with high-school maths ( +, -, x, /).
This project will investigate whether new methods are better at forecasting or measuring molecular biodiversity.
You’ll take part in a very active research area that is vital to conservation management and general evolutionary ecology. The skills you’ll learn through this project include:
Honours students in our lab publish their work in journals, such as:
To learn more about this project, contact Em. Prof. Bill Sherwin