Seminars 2022

Important notice

We now bring our seminars to you live-stream until further notice.

Please do sit back and enjoy!

Seminars will be held every Friday, where possible, commencing at 12-1:30pm and includes time for Q&A.

As a courtesy, we request that when connecting to the seminar that you mute your microphone unless you are required to speak, this would ensure that the sound from the speaker to the audience is not disrupted by feedback from your microphone – thank you!

21/1/22Dr Debbie EaglesAustralian Centre for Disease Preparedness – An overview and view to the futureDeputy Director, CSIRO Australia, Centre for Disease Preparedness
18/2/22Professor Sarah BekessyBiodiversity sensitive urban designSchool of Global, Urban and Social Studies, RMIT University
4/3/22Dr April ResideWhat is required to recover all of Australia’s threatened species, and how much will this cost?School of Agriculture & Food Sciences
The University of Queensland
18/3/22Wilna VoslooFoot-and-mouth disease and its wildlife hosts: it’s a complicated ecologyCSIRO – Australian Centre for Disease Preparedness (Heath & Biosecurity)
1/4/22Sara BalouchImpacts of Agriculture on Anurans and ReptilesRegional Cat Management Coordinator, Ten Lives Australia
14/4/22Aymeric FormantThe ecology and niche segregation of diving petrelsDeakin University and CEBC (La Rochelle University, France)
29/4/22Dr. Prasad ParadkarVector-borne diseases: an integrated approachGroup leader, CSIRO – Australian Animal Health Laboratory
13/4/22Simone StevensonBiodiversity Indicators (PhD Seminar)Deakin Marine Spatial Ecology and Conservation Lab, Deakin University
  • Browse below for available dates (Friday, 12-1:30pm) or to find more info about coming seminars
  • Contact Clare Vernon with a date, your name and seminar title