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7 Nov 2018

I'm part of a team (including Guy Castley, Hamish McCallum, Harry Hines, myself, Thais Sasso Lopes and Dave Newell) to have just been awarded $14,770 through the competitive Griffith University School of Environment and Science Research Support Scheme for the project:...

10 Jul 2017

If you're aiming to make a career out of teaching at university, you'll soon become very familiar with some of the common 'metrics' used to evaluate your performance, including the Student Evaluation of Course (SEC) and Student Evaluation of Teaching (SET). 

Typically t...

9 Jun 2017

Writing a succinct yet sufficiently informative abstract is something most of us never get any training in (it's one of those things you're just supposed to 'pick up' as you go along).

However, when it comes to paper abstracts, there are some clear formulas that work pr...

10 May 2017

Griffith University provides a really great tool for students to help guide them in what details their reference list should contain, and in what format. 

The tool can be found here: 

https://app.secure.griffith.edu.au/reference_tool/index-core.php

17 Jun 2015

Great TED talk on team work and social capital: "Why it's time to forget the pecking order at work". I think it provides some very valuable insights!

17 Sep 2014

Ever wanted to learn how to use and manipulate data in 'R' (the 'open source programming language and software environment for statistical computing and graphics', that can be found here: https://cran.r-project.org/)? Here's your chance!

Coursera (https://www.coursera.o...

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I'm a Research Fellow at Griffith University, Queensland, Australia. I have a background in ecology, epidemiology & veterinary science. I work at the interface of disease ecology/epidemiology and pathogenesis/immunology of infectious diseases of wildlife, unpacking our understanding of the relative importance of processes occurring at these two scales for outcomes on both the individual host and host population. My current research focuses on amphibian chytridiomycosis. 

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