PhD, Conservation Biology & Population Genetic, University of Liverpool, UK
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My research interests are molecular ecology, population genetics and conservation biology. My particular interest is to apply the standard population genetics theory so that it can be applied for conservation of a species. Specifically, I use molecular DNA techniques in conjunction with animals’ life history and ecological data to determine patterns of gene flow and levels of genetic diversity intra- and inter-populations (particularly in mammals and marine and freshwater fishes), and characterize the population genetic structure of species with low/moderate dispersal capabilities (i.e. rodents, small mammals). I also use these techniques to investigate mating strategies of animals (e.g. amammals) and determine stock structure of marine fishes.