PhD Students

Current students

Hanja
Hanja Brandl – Information use in wild zebra finches – Joint PhD with Hamburg University and co-supervised by Wiebke Schuett
Caterina
Caterina Funghi – Spatial ecology and information use in the zebra finch – joint PhD with Hamburg University and co-supervised by Wiebke Schuett
MollyGilmour
Molly Gilmour – Social and spatial behaviour in the domestic sheep in the rangelands (Supervised by Stephan Leu)
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Kiara L’Herpiniere – The effect of climate variability on maternal investment in egg size and composition
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Callum McDiarmid – Sperm and speciation in the long-tailed finch
Louison
Louis O Neill – social and genetic mating system of the chestnut-crowned babbler

 

anika
Anika Immer – The ecology of fear in the zebra finch

 

Larissa Trumpf

Recently finished students

Sam
Samuel C Andrew – Invasion genetics of the house sparrow (finished 2017)
Peri
Peri Bolton – Genetic compatibility and conservation genetics of the endangered Gouldian finch (finished 2017)
Hurley
Lori Hurley – Reproductive plasticity in zebra and long-tailed finches (finished 2017)
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Daisy Duursma – Determining the effects of climate and physical environment on behaviour and morphological traits of Australian birds

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