The lab is headed by Camilla Whittington. Members of our lab are researching a range of questions centred around viviparity (live birth), complex trait evolution, reproductive physiology, genomics, and conservation biology.
We are a friendly, supportive, and hardworking lab. We encourage lab members to get involved in our collaborative research projects with scientists from across Australia, Europe, South America, and the USA. We also encourage active involvement in lab and departmental activities, and attendance at national and international conferences.
If you're interested in research collaborations, joining the lab as a student or postdoc, please email Camilla. If you'd like to get involved in our research as a volunteer, please see our information page.
PhD and Honours projects are currently available- see here for details. We are always looking for keen and enthusiastic lab members!
Much of our work involves both field and laboratory components. We conduct fieldwork across New South Wales, Queensland, and South Australia, with reptiles, fish, and invertebrates.
We are a collegial and social lab. We have regular lab meetings and journal clubs and our lab members work together on a number of collaborative projects.