Research Manager, Australasian Wildlife Genomics Group, The University of Sydney
South African living in NSW, Australia
Carolyn is a conservation biologist who has been working with threatened species for over 25 years, both in Australia and overseas. Carolyn is the Science Lead for the Threatened Species Initiative which is generating genomics resources for Australia’s threatened species. She has been working closely with the Save the Tasmanian Devil Program for over 10 years in addition to a range of other threatened species. Working closely with both her academic and conservation management partners Carolyn’s vision is to create a conservation legacy for Australia by changing the way we integrate science, management and policy; to proactively promote species’ resilience in the face of a changing world.