I am interested in amphibian conservation biology, particularly how ecological, molecular and bioacoustic data can be interpreted with information on threatening processes to inform species preservation.
As a Research Assistant in Herpetology I am involved with amphibian biodiversity surveys in eastern Australia and analyzing DNA and call variation to help delineate species boundaries and uncover diversity.
I am also a programme officer with IUCN Amphibian Red List Authority. In this role I assess the conservation status of Southeast Asian amphibian species for the Red List of Threatened Species.
Program Officer, IUCN Amphibian Red List Authority, since 2015.
Bachelor of Biodiversity & Conservation
Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia (2014).