About Me

Museomics Epigenetics Conservation

I use molecular data to investigate how wildlife has responded to historical environmental change. I am currently a postdoctoral fellow at the Australian National Wildlife Collection (CSIRO) where I am developing new techniques to extract molecular information from museum specimens.

Recent News

Check out this story on Mariana and myself, both inspired by nature as children and now working to benefit future generations ⁦@CSIRO⁩ #strongertogether #womeninSTEMM https://blog.csiro.au/leading-women-in-stemm/

Favorite talk of @SPNHC2022 just may be “Fragmented DNA in formalin-preserved specimens and where to find it” from @erin_e_hahn. I hope someday to get a loan request for generating genomes from @NHMU fluid specimens. We’ve got cool Australian turtles! Any takers? 🐢
#spnhc2022

The Sacred Kingfishers are out today @CSIRO’s Australian National Wildlife Collection. These are common migrants to Canberra and are probably the most likely kingfisher to see in your backyard.

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Please RT-we are hiring a 2-year postdoc to work on rat population genomics in New Zealand #predatorfree see link here https://otago.taleo.net/careersection/2/jobdetail.ftl?lang=en&job=2200760

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