PhD Candidate/Research Assistant
Julian completed a Bachelor of Arts and Sciences with Honours in Ecology from the University of Sydney in 2011. The topic of his Honours thesis, supervised by Frank Seebacher, was on the mechanistic link between development and reversible acclimation in mosquitofish.
Julian commenced his PhD in 2013 at the University of Queensland under the supervision of Craig White, Daniel-Ortiz Barrientos (The University of Queensland), and Frank Seebacher (University of Sydney). His PhD research focuses on the evolution of metabolic allometry. He is studying the quantitative genetics of metabolic rate, growth rate, and body mass in the speckled cockroach, Nauphoeta cinerea.
Julian recently took up a research assistant position in the Evolutionary Physiology lab while he completes his PhD thesis.
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- Beaman, J.E., White, C.R. and Seebacher, F. (2016) Evolution of plasticity: mechanistic link between development and reversible acclimation. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 31: 237-249
- Seebacher, F., Beaman, J.E. and Little, A. (2014) Regulation of thermal acclimation varies between generations of the short-lived mosquitofish that developed in different environmental conditions. Functional Ecology 28: 137-148