Andrew Drinnan, M.Sc. Ph.D.
Associate Professor and Reader
School of Botany
This collection of pages provides a brief summary of my research interests, teaching responsibilities, and other duties in the School of Botany. You can also find about about the other people and activities in my research group by visiting the Cookson Laboratory home page, or see what my colleagues are doing in the School of Botany.
I am an Associate Professor Reader in the School of Botany at the University of Melbourne, where I teach plant diversity, structure and evolution. My research interests are palaeobotany and plant morphology, and I maintain active research programmes in fossil plants of Australia and Antarctica, and flower development of major Australian plant groups such as Myrtaceae and Nothofagus. A short curriculum vitae and a list of my publications are listed separately.
If you have any queries, or are interested in research or study in my laboratory, please write to me or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Research | Teaching | Publications | CV | Cookson Laboratory
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