About The Group
The Evolutionary Physiology group is led by Dr Craig White at Monash University. Craig is Associate Dean Research in the Faculty of Science, and a Professor in the School of Biological Sciences.
The group includes postdocs, PhD students, honours students, and undergraduate researchers. Anyone interested in collaborating with us or joining the group as a postdoc or student can contact Craig to discuss the options available.
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We are expanding! In 2020, we have openings for up to four PhD positions to work on projects related to the evolution of physiological traits – particularly body size, metabolic rate, and water loss. Full details are available here.
When applying for funding, we are given space to convince the grant reader that our research track records are important. We are given the chance to convince the reader that someone, somewhere has cared about our research enough to publish … Continue reading
The Evolutionary Physiology group is now established at Monash University, and expanding. Prospective students can view potential projects here, or are welcome to discuss their ideas for potential projects with Craig.
Frank Seebacher, Craig R. White, Craig E. Franklin. Nature Climate Change. Understanding how climate change affects natural populations remains one of the greatest challenges for ecology and management of natural resources. Animals can remodel their physiology to compensate for the effects … Continue reading
2013 has been another big year for the lab! Five honours students completed, and all received well-deserved Class I grades – Hugh Winwood-Smith and Niky Wu each received the top grade in their cohort; we received ARC Discovery funding for … Continue reading
Although this front page has been static, there has been a great deal of activity in the Evolutionary Physiology lab during 2012 and into 2013. Natalie Schimpf has completed her PhD, Pieter Arnold has commenced a PhD, five new honours … Continue reading
Research conducted in the White lab was presented in 5 talks and 4 posters at the Society for Experimental Biology Annual Main Meeting in Prague. The meeting was attended by Craig White, Philip Matthews, and Natalie Schimpf.