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This website will cover many aspects of tiger snake biology in Australia.

We will provide regular updates about our scientific research into the link between tiger snake genotype (DNA modifications) and phenotype (body size, shape, colour etc).

Latest breaking news

I was awarded an ARC DECRA Fellowship to continue our work on tiger snakes, focusing on investigating the epigenetic regulation of genes involved in head-size phenotypic plasticity.

Our ARC Linkage project was successfully funded, so we look forward to working with South Australian Museum and Museum Victoria researchers to investigate variation in Tiger Snake venom between different island and mainland populations.

The Environment Institute at the University of Adelaide will start us on our way by funding pilot data generation for our tiger snake project.

Thank you!

Maintained by: Vicki Thomson

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