• The University of Western Australia (M092), 35 Stirling Highway,

    6009 Perth


Personal profile


Amy is a PhD student at the University of Western Australia and Australian Institute of Marine Science. For the last two years Amy’s work has focused on Scleractinia corals, conducting eco-physiological research on mesophotic specimens in addition to consulting on the health of corals in the north-west Australian region and assisting with reef restoration efforts overseas. Her current postgraduate research focuses on the nutritional benefits within fish-coral interactions using stable isotope techniques, and how this mutualism may be impacted under future climate scenarios. Outside of UWA, Amy works as an environmental scientist for a private consulting firm and is an active member of the Australian Marine Science Association and Murdoch University Dive Club executive committees.

External positions

Marine Consultant, Hydrobiology

1 Feb 2022 → …

Committee Member, Australian Marine Sciences Association

1 Jan 2022 → …


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