Dr Siegy Krauss is Senior Research Scientist (Conservation Genetics), and heads the Conservation Genetics team.
Dr TianHua He is working on an ARC funded project managing evolutionary ecological process in restoring Banksia woodland resilient to global environmental changes.
Dr Elizabeth Sinclair is working on an ARC funded project establishing genetic guidelines for the effective restoration of seagrass meadows.
Dr Janet Anthony is genetics lab manager, and is assisting with numerous research projects including seagrass provenance, orchid conservation genetics, and conservation genetics of DRF impacted by mining.
Dr Matt Barrett is working on an integrated conservation research program for the DRF Darwinia masonii and Lepidosperma sp. Mt Gibson.
Dr Ann Smithson is assessing the molecular ecophysiological significance of local provenance seed for ecological restoration.
Dr Paul Nevill is conducting conservation genetics research on the threatened Acacia karina, as well as 3 Pilbara tree species in Weeli Wolli Creek.
Ms Donna Bradbury is assisting in the Weeli Wolli Creek tree genetics project.
Ms Michalie Foley is undertaking her PhD project on the molecular ecology of Banksia ilicifolia.
Mr Russell Barrett is undertaking his PhD on resolving the taxonomy and phylogenetic relationships of Lepidosperma.
Ms Donna Bradbury is undertaking her PhD on the power of population genomics to identify functionally important genetic variation and its utility for the conservation of tuart (Eucalyptus gomphocephala).
Mr Mark Wallace is undertaking his PhD on genetic and morphological variation of sympatric Lepidosperma sedges (Cyperaceae) in south-west Western Australia.
Ms Jessica Stingemore is undertaking her PhD on plant density effects on dispersal and genetic structure for two co-occurring Persoonia species.
Ms Alison Ritchie is undertaking her PhD on a genetic assessment of ecological restoration success.
Mr Myles Menz is undertaking his PhD on the landscape ecology and conservation genetics of a rare sexually deceptive orchid and its obligate pollinator.
Ms Louisa Cockram is undertaking her Honours on testing the home-site advantage and outbreeding depression using Stylidium hispidum: seed sourcing implications for ecological restoration.
Mr Josef Krawiec is undertaking his Honours on genetic connectivity of skinks in fragmented bushland remnants in the Perth metropolitan area.