I am currently a PhD student at the School of Biosciences, University of Melbourne. My research interest is Plant Ecology, particularly Pollination Ecology. My PhD research focuses on plant-pollinator interactions in hybridising invaders. In Adaptive Evolution Lab we are aiming to use molecular techniques to solve an ecological “puzzle”. We are developing species-specific markers for Cakile sp. , a coastal invasive weed, and take advantage of molecular biology to discover how pollinator behaviour influences genetic structure and population dynamics of this invasive species.
My primary supervisor is Prof. Roger Cousens (website).
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