Jamie Tedeschi


  • The University of Western Australia (M310), 35 Stirling Highway,

    6009 Perth


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Personal profile


I’m an early career research scientist working in the broad fields of biology, microbiology, ecology, genetics, and evolution. My research generally focuses on the genomes, population genetics, and phylogenomics of various taxonomic groups to investigate how species respond to and adapt to their environment. My work involves a range of organisms from microbes to mammals and reptiles, in aquatic, marine, and terrestrial habitats.

Research interests

Ecology and evolution, genomics, molecular ecology, synthetic biology, comparative genomics, population genetics, bioinformatics and compuational biology

Current projects

Developing a microbial platform for bio-degradatation of PET plastics into non-toxic monomers

Education/Academic qualification

Bioinformatics, Graduate Certificate, The University of Western Australia

27 Jul 20209 Nov 2020

Award Date: 11 Dec 2020

Tertiary Teaching, Graduate Certificate, The University of Western Australia

18 Nov 201929 Sep 2020

Award Date: 11 Dec 2020

Molecular Ecology and Quantitative Genetics, PhD, The University of Western Australia

7 Feb 20116 Feb 2015

Award Date: 17 Sep 2015

Life Sciences, Bachelor of Science (Hons), Arizona State University


Award Date: 8 May 2008

External positions

Postdoctoral Research Fellow, University of Queensland

8 Oct 201828 Jun 2019

Postdoctoral Research Officer, Murdoch University

26 Apr 201625 Oct 2017


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