Category Archives: post-docs

Recent Qaecologist blog posts (March 2013, Weeks 3 & 4)

Another fortnight, another great series of blog posts from members of the QAECO lab. Visiting qaecologist Lucie Bland continues her March hot streak with another four posts. They cover a remarkably diverse range of topics from the ‘rats of Sulawesi’ and … Continue reading

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Recent Qaecologist blog posts (March 2013, Weeks 1 & 2)

The first two weeks of March continued the trend of quality blogging by qaecologists. As always, Amy Whitehead treated us to more great shots of wildlife that has passed in front of her camera lens. Also blogging this month, QAECO … Continue reading

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Recent Qaecologist blog posts (Feb 2013, Weeks 3 & 4)

It’s been another great couple of weeks of blogging from QAECO lab members. Here are the highlights:

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Whereto for early to mid-career researchers: A Qaecologist reports from Canberra

Pia Lentini, a post-doc in the QAECO lab, attended the Early-Mid Career Researchers Forum, Science pathways: getting science on the national agenda held this week in Canberra. She reports on her experience in a triology of blog posts titled Young Australian Scientist … Continue reading

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McKenzie Fellowships at The University of Melbourne

Professor John McKenzie was Dean of Science and Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research) at The University of Melbourne. Recognizing his contribution to research and especially mentoring of young researchers, The University of Melbourne established an annual recruitment of McKenzie Fellows. These fellowships … Continue reading

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Two jobs at Museum Victoria to work with QAECO

Two jobs have just been advertised to work on frogs with Dr Jane Melville at Museum Victoria and with QAECO principal researcher Dr Kirsten Parris. One job is a full-time position for two years as a Project Officer, and the … Continue reading

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Adaptive Management of Malleefowl

A recent article in The University of Melbourne’s publicity magazine, The Voice, featured an article about adaptive management of malleefowl. This is a research project being run by Qaecologists Michael Bode, Libby Rumpff and Brendan Wintle, collaborating with the malleefowl managers. … Continue reading

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