Coral matchmaking for a resilient reef.
Discussion panel: Climate Sustainability and Hope.
Coordinator for Marine Microplastics workshop
Marine microplastics are a global pollution problem. A new project aims to remove them from our oceans and waterways using new technology and citizen science.
Could more heat tolerant, non-preferred algae could revive bleached coral communities even if the relationship is less efficient?
How much of the ability of a coral reef to withstand stressful conditions is influenced by the type of algae that the corals hosts?
– nominated, to be announced
Since completing my PhD, I have secured over $60,000 AUD of funding as a principle investigator, including a highly competitive international Human Frontier Science Programme Postdoctoral fellowship.
2020 PADI Foundation research Grant (Principle Investigator; $8,824 AUD)
2019 Lord Mayors Charitable Foundation Seed Innovation Grant (Principle Investigator; $50,000 AUD)
2019 Australian Research Council Discovery Project (Co-investigator; $511,014 AUD)
2019 UTS Faculty of Science Seed Fund (PI; $10,000 AUD)
2019 Royal Zoological Society of New South Wales Ethyl Read May (PI; $1,500 AUD)
2019 MDPI Metabolites Journal Postdoctoral travel award ($1,100 AUD)
2019 UTS strategic travel award ($2,000 AUD)
2018 Human Frontier Science Programme Long-term Postdoctoral Fellowship (PI; $225,900 AUD)
2017 School of Biological Sciences Student Publication Award ($600 NZD)
2017 Doctoral Finishing Scholarship ($1,500 NZD)
2016 Victoria University of Wellington Doctoral Submission Scholarship ($6,000 NZD)
2016 Company of Biologists, Journal of Experimental Biology, Travel Fellowship (£2000)
2015 Victoria University Faculty Strategic Research Grant ($2,000 NZD)