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The Australian National University

Division of Evolution, Ecology and Genetics 

ANU is internationally recognised for excellence in research and research-led teaching

The research strengths of the Division of Evolution, Ecology and Genetics (EEG) include evolutionary genetics, epigenetics and genomics, behavioural, evolutionary, population and molecular ecology, phylogenetics, macroevolution and macroecology, population and conservation genetics and conservation biology. We use a wide range of approaches and study systems to address fundamental research questions from an evolutionary perspective.

Where to start

Student research opportunities

All students in EEG benefit from a balanced program of training in broader research-related skills that enhance their career prospects. Details on programs and research projects can be found by clicking on the following links: Back to RSB Divisions.

EEG Seminars


All Seminars are held at 1pm in the Gould Seminar Rm, Building 116, unless otherwise advised.

Evolutionary Ecology Discussion Group


Discussion group is held at 2pm on Wednesdays in the Banks Tearoom, Building 44. We discuss any questions broadly related to evolutionary ecology. All are welcome.

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