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Shannon Corrigan

I am an Aussie expat currently residing in the United States, working at the Florida Museum of Natural History. I have broad research interests that include Biodiversity, Systematics, Phylogenomics, Population Genomics, Evolution and Conservation Biology. I predominantly study cartilaginous fishes (Chondrichthyes), using genomic approaches to address various questions related to their diversity, systematics and evolution, under the umbrella of the Chondrichthyan Tree of Life Project. I collaborate heavily with researchers at the Australian National Fish Collection, CSIRO on Australian (and global) fauna. I ultimately hope to return to Australia and am therefore interested in staying connected with, and contributing to the efforts of, the broader Australian Taxonomy Community.

Shannon's work profile

Shannon works in the following sector(s): University, Collections Institution

Shannon's primary institution is: Florida Museum of Natural History

Shannon's position is: Postdoctoral Researcher

Shannon's work in taxonomy 

Shannon has the following roles: Collecting, Identification, Research, Editing publishing and reviewing, Science Communication, Public Outreach

Shannon's skills are in Species delimitation, Phylogenetics, Genetics & Genomics, Population genetics, Biogeography

Shannon works on the taxonomy of Animals, Vertebrates, Fish, Chondrichthyes

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Shannon is happy to be contacted for the following reasons:

Contact from others in the taxonomy community regarding taxonomy-related issues

Contact from members of the public for advice in areas of expertise (but not for identifications)

Contact from members of the public for identifications in areas of expertise

Contact by prospective students and others who could benefit from mentorship

Use the button below to contact Shannon for one of the reasons above. Please don't make contact for any other reason.

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