Position: PhD student
Supervisors: Katrina McGuigan and Craig Franklin
Originally from England, I am currently a PhD student in the McGuigan lab here in Queensland, focusing on the interaction of generic variation and phenotypic plasticity and the role they play in evolution. My interests lie in evolutionary biology, specifically understanding the diversity of the flora and fauna on our planet. My previous research had more of a field based approach and has sent me to Florida, Madagascar, the Bahamas, and Peru to investigate how organisms can adapt to novel environments and any conservation implications this may have. I now wish to expand my knowledge of evolutionary theory and learn new techniques in the lab.
Miller, C.L. (2017). Morphological and roosting variation in the dwarf chameleon Brookesia stumpffi between primary, secondary, and degraded habitats in Nosy Be, Madagascar. Journal of Herpetology, Conservation, and Biology, 12 (3): 599-605.
School of Biological Sciences
Goddard Building (8), Room 354
The University of Queensland
St Lucia, QLD 4072