Rodrigo Group - Ecogenomics and bioinformatics

Our Group focuses on computational evolutionary biology, but we are quite an eclectic group. We really enjoy working on biological problems that benefit from a computational solution, particularly if that solution requires us to think about new ways of analyzing the data statistically.

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RSB Directors Seminar: Conservation Genomics and museums – using the past to inform the future

Event | Mon 16 September 2019

In May 2019 the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (ISPBES) group released their global

The fate of coral reefs undermined by phosphate mining

Story | Tuesday 6 August 2019
A new study from The Australian National University (ANU) has shown the impact phosphate mining is having on our coral reefs.

Do you have imposter syndrome?

Story | Tuesday 9 July 2019
Meet Dr Jennie Mallela, and of course she’s clever enough to have a PhD.

Jennie Mallela

Story | Tuesday 1 May 2018
Jennie Mallela conducts multidisciplinary research combining ecological, biological and geochemical research techniques to understand how environmental disturbance will impact reef function and health in the future.

Allen Rodrigo

Story | Tuesday 16 January 2018
The Rodrigo group research focuses on the development of computational and statistical methods in evolutionary biology.

January was a busy month for outreach

Story | Monday 30 January 2017
January is not normally thought of as a teaching-heavy month, but RSB members were involved in a number of outreach events early this year.
Howard in Mozambique

In memoriam - Dr Howard Bradbury AM

Story | Tuesday 29 November 2016
On Monday, 28 November, Emeritus Professor Howard Bradbury passed away.

Flora of the Paris basin exhibition opening

Story | Monday 17 October 2016

ANU and CSIRO open new agriculture research lab

Story | Friday 29 July 2016
ANU and the CSIRO have opened a new collaborative research centre to focus on environment, agriculture and global food supplies.

ARC Discovery projects and DECRA fellowships

Story | Monday 2 November 2015