Honours Supervisors in Australia or NZ

November 16, 2009
From: Michael Kramer

Hi,
I am a marine biology student studying at James Cook University in Townsville, Australia, but born and bred in New Zealand. I have been interested in opisthobranchs for some time, and hope to do my Honours project on an ecological or biological aspect of an order within this subclass (eg. nudibranchs, cephalaspideans, anaspideans or sacoglossans). I know this interest is very broad, but I have one more year left of my undergraduate degree before I dive into an Honours project, so I am using this opportunity to get things narrowed down and organised while I still have plenty of time.

I have approached a few possible supervisors within James Cook University regarding the likelihood of conducting a project on opisthobranchs. It has been suggested to me that there may be other knowledgeable persons within Australia and New Zealand that I could contact to co-supervise a project, and that this forum could be the place to advertise my inquiries.
If anyone has any suggestions regarding the planning stages of my project, or if there is any academic persons available and willing to co-supervise (or supervise) my Honours project, it would be greatly appreciated.

Many thanks,

Michael Kramer

michael.kramer@jcu.edu.au

Kramer, M.J., 2009 (Nov 16) Honours Supervisors in Australia or NZ. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/22775

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