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Simone Blomberg

I’m a statistical evolutionary biologist. My research sits at the intersection of evolutionary biology, systematics and statistics. I try to come up with new and better mathematical models of macroevolution and develop methods to fit them to data. I guess I’ve become more of a theoretician over the course of my career. I haven’t collected any of my own data since the 1990s! (My PhD was on lizards and I still have herpetological interests). I am a senior lecturer at the School of Biological Sciences, University of Queensland

Simone's work profile

Simone works in the following sector(s): University

Simone's primary institution is: University of Queensland

Simone's position is: Senior Lecturer and Consultant Statistician

Simone's work in taxonomy 

Simone has the following roles: Research

Simone's skills are in Phylogenetics, Classification, Other

Simone works on the taxonomy of Animals, Vertebrates, Reptiles, Frogs,

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