Harriet Mills

Dr Harriet Mills is a wildlife ecologist with over 20 years of experience in terrestrial vertebrate research. She has worked as a lecturer in Conservation Biology at Edith Cowan University and was an academic at UWA for over 15 years, teaching in various units in Zoology, Conservation Biology, Agriculture and Science Communication. Dr Mills' PhD research was on the reproductive biology, ecology and genetics of the Dibbler (Parantechinus apicalis) and much of that work was done in the first few years of the establishment of the Dibbler breeding program at Perth Zoo. Current research interests include vertebrate ecology, pest management and dasyurid life history.
Bio last updated 22 Jun 2018

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Work Integrated Learning Coordinator, School of Science (since 2018)
Board Member (since 2017)
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