Adam Stow

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I am a conservation biologist who uses genetic and field based techniques to evaluate animal dispersal in natural systems and to assess the impacts of human activities. I have experience with a diverse range of vertebrate and invertebrate organisms, in a range of environments, and strive to answer questions that meet the needs of conservation managers. I am passionate about teaching applied science related to my research and have been the recepient of several teaching awards. I’m the Director of the Masters of Conservation Biology program at Macquarie University, and am principal editor of the text book Austral Ark, the state of wildlife in Australia and New Zealand.  I lead the Conservation Genetics Laboratory and have supervised 17 postgraduate students to completion since 2014. I teach the third year subject titled Conservation and Evolutionary Genetics and am currently revising the the Conservation Genetics and Genomics text book with several other coauthors led by Prof. Richard Frankham. 


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