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Emma Carroll

Name
Emma
Last name
Carroll
Bio

Emma Carroll’s overarching research theme is the use and development of statistical models to integrate genetic/genomic, life history and behavioural data to investigate natural populations. Emma has multi-disciplinary research expertise in the fields of molecular ecology, stable isotope analysis and population modelling, and experience in developing and implementing models that bridge these fields. Focal species for this work are marine mammals, providing an excellent platform for science communication and public engagement. A Newton Fellowship from the Royal Society of London and subsequently a Marie Curie Fellowship, both at the University of St Andrews, brought Emma to Scotland from New Zealand.

Areas of Interest
Organismal and Environmental Biology
Institution/Company
University of St Andrews
Key words
genetics, marine biology, molecular ecology, population modelling

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