Our work focuses on the ecology of terrestrial arthropods and their interactions with plants. We are currently working on a diverse range of research questions related to both community ecology and landscape ecology.
Our projects ideally include an experimental component, feature arthropods as main the study taxa, and are situated in the terrestrial environment.
From the School of Life and Environmental Sciences at the University of Sydney:
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We strive to maintain an active and friendly atmosphere in the lab. This includes encouraging an inclusive approach to involvement with each other's projects to gain the breadth of experiences and develop the range of skills you need to succeed in biology. I strongly encourage any prospective lab members to contact any of the group and learn of life in the lab, my expectations and my idiosyncrasies.
I'm interested in discussing ideas for projects that may fall outside my specific research areas, but the work we do is usually ecologically based. Projects should ideally have an experimental component, feature arthropods as main the study taxa, and are situated in the terrestrial environment. The research interests and current projects pages are a good indication of the sorts of projects I am keen to pursue.
For information about opportunities look at my Research Supervisor Connect page.