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Martin Steinbauer

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Full Name
Martin Steinbauer
Title
Associate Professor
Company
Department of Ecology, Environment & Evolution
Member Type
Full Member
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03 9479 1672
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0410449693
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About
I study how Australian insects find, accept and utilise native plants. I am particularly interested in the interactions of psylloids (Hemiptera: Psylloidea) with Eucalyptus in native and man-made forests. I am also interested in basic biology, phenotypic plasticity, biogeography and intra-specific communication. I am a Fellow of the Royal Entomological Society of London and Mackerras Medal winner
Past Experience
Entomologist (1990-1992) - CSIRO Entomology, Geelong Ecologist (1996-1997) - CSIRO, Darwin Post Doctoral Fellow (1998-2001) - CSIRO & CRC Forestry, Canberra Research Scientist (2001-2004) - CSIRO & CRC Locust Forecaster & Entomologist (2004-2008) - Aust. Plague Locust Comm. Research Fellow (2008-2011) - La Trobe Uni., Melbourne ARC Future Fellow (2011-2015) - LTU Reader/Assoc Prof (present) - LTU
Education
FRES (2009) - Fellow of the Royal Entomological Society of London PhD (1992-1996) - University of Tasmania & CRC for Temperate Hardwood Forestry, Hobart BAgrSci (First Class Honours) (1986-1990) - University of Tasmania, Hobart

Board / Committee Participation History

Committee NamePositionTerm StartTerm End
Education CommitteeVIC Committee Member1/11/2018 

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