Open now – three new student research project opportunities

Want a cutting-edge ecological research project with real-world application and a mix of fieldwork and modelling skills?

Join me and Brendan Wintle at the University of Melbourne to investigate the interactions between threatened native mammals, invasive predators and fire.

These projects are part of an ARC-funded Linkage grant between researchers at the University of Melbourne, four other Australian universities and the Helmholtz Centre, along with the Victorian Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning, Parks Victoria, and the Otway Conservation Ecology Centre.

As a research group, we value diversity and inclusion, and aim to foster an equitable and enjoyable environment for all members of our lab.

If you’re interested, send me an email with any questions, your CV and statement of results – hradskyb@unimelb.edu.au.

 Are reptiles more your thing?  Check out my other new PhD project with @DonADriscoll and @ at Deakin University.

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