Dr Taryn Laubenstein

BSc (Ecology and Environmental Biology), PhD (Marine Biology)
Honorary Lecturer, Fenner School of Environment & Society
College of Science

Areas of expertise

  • Conservation And Biodiversity 050202
  • Biological Adaptation 060303
  • Evolutionary Impacts Of Climate Change 060306
  • Research, Science And Technology Policy 160511
  • Ecological Impacts Of Climate Change 050101

Biography

Dr Laubenstein is an Honorary Fellow at the Fenner School of Environment & Society. She is also a Reseach and Policy Officer at the Australian Academy of Science, working for the Future Earth Australia team on sustainability policy. She completed her PhD at the ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies at James Cook University in 2019, and her BSc in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at Yale University in 2014. She has worked across government, non-profit, and academic sectors and enjoys connecting science to society with policy and communication. 

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