Systematics training

The University of Adelaide 10-15 July 2016

This workshop will include advanced level training in phylogenetic methods, imaging techniques, DNA barcoding, systematics theory, nomenclature and the taxonomic process, collection management, databases, publishing results, finding a job, and much more.

The workshop is designed for PhD students in the first half of their project, but applications will be accepted from anyone who has had < 3 years of candidature. It is specifically designed for students undertaking projects that have a biological systematics component or are broadly relevant to systematics. There is a maximum of 30 places – available only to students enrolled in Australian and New Zealand Universities. More details to follow in early 2016.

Registration Fee: approx. $400 (some fee waivers will be available)
Expressions of interest (name, year PhD started, Department/School, project title) to Professor Andy Austin: