Kyne Krusic-Golub - Director Ph:0438 306 179 email@example.com In my last year of undergraduate studies I was introduced to the world of the otolith and since then "earbones" have been a big part of my life. My work has taken me all over the world and I am grateful that I have been involved in many collaborative studies that has allowed me to utilise and pass on some of my knowledge gained during the past 25+ years. Recent work has focused on refining the growth and longevity of a number of important tuna and billfish species.
Joshua Barrow - Science Officer firstname.lastname@example.org I first began working at with otoliths during my Master of Science, where I completed a project focusing on the environmental drivers of growth of Rock Flathead from Corner Inlet. I started working at FAS in 2016 and have performed a range of otolith related work, along with data management. I am also a PhD candidate at Melbourne University, where I am researching the influence of movement and environmental change on the growth of Golden Perch in the Murray-Darling Basin.
Admir Sutrovic - Technical Officer email@example.com During the last year of my Bachelor of Biomedical Science at Deakin University at the Waurn Ponds campus, I was able to complete my placement component at Fish Ageing Services. During this time I was able to work on a range of scientific practices relating to fish and shark ageing. Completing the placement proved to me that it’s a career path I’d like to pursue.
Allen Hia Andrews - PhD firstname.lastname@example.org I have been operating the Age and Longevity Research Laboratory since 1996 with a long line of success in determining life histriy characteristics of various aquatic organisms. My Objective is to work with you to validate the age, growth and lifespan of your aquatic organism. Inquire about my innovative services as an expert in age and longevity research and let's publish some solid science!