Scientific Career

2016 – 2019: Macquarie University Research Fellow, Department of Biological Sciences, Macquarie University.

2015: Lecturer (Level B1, fixed term), Deparment of Environmental Sciences, Macquarie University.

2013 – 2014: Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Biological Sciences and Department of Environment and Geography, Macquarie University.

2013 – 2014: Casual academic, Department of Environment and Geography, Macquarie University.

2013: Project Officer, Pest and Ecological Management Unit, New South Wales National Parks and Wildlife Service.

2009 – 2013: PhD in Ecology, University of Sydney.  Conferred 8th November 2013.
Thesis title: Naiveté, novelty and native status: mismatched ecological interactions in the Australian environment. Supervisor: Assoc. Prof. Peter Banks.
Thesis won: Postgraduate Excellence Prize 2013, University of Sydney, and
DW Cooper Thesis Award 2013, Australasian Wildlife Management Society.

2008: Environmental Project Officer, New South Wales Government Department of Environment and Climate Change (NSW DECC), Rivers and Wetlands Unit, State-wide Monitoring, Evaluation and Reporting Program.

2007: Environmental Technician, NSW DECC, Scientific Services Division, Sydney Drinking Water Catchment Audit.

2007: Honours Class 1, University of New South Wales (UNSW).
Thesis title: Spatial gradients in prey cues and the foraging success of an olfactory predator. Supervisor: Assoc. Prof. Peter Banks.
Thesis won: The University Medal in Ecology, UNSW, and achieved thesis mark 93.0, 1st in cohort, UNSW

2003 – 2006: Bachelor of Advanced Science (Ecology) and Bachelor of Arts (History), UNSW. Weighted average mark: 84.3.

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