- Dr Charles Feigin
Postdoctoral Researcher, Department of Molecular Biology, Princeton University; Honorary, Thylacine Integrated Genomic Restoration Research (TIGRR) Lab, School of BioSciences, Faculty of Science, University of Melbourne
Piecing thylacine DNA back together
New University of Melbourne research uses genomes from living thylacine relatives to build a new, chromosome-scale genome to de-extinct the Tasmanian tiger.
Sequenced quoll genome a new tool for conservation
Newly sequenced Eastern Quoll genome could inform improved breeding programs to re-establish it on the Australian mainland says University of Melbourne research
The shared evolution of the Tasmanian tiger and the wolf
Through a molecular quirk, the Tasmanian tiger and grey wolf have evolved to look like twins finds new University of Melbourne research.