Mrs Aubrie Booth Onoufriou:
Postgraduate Student

Mrs Aubrie Booth Onoufriou

Mrs Aubrie Booth Onoufriou
Harold Mitchell Building
University of St Andrews
St Andrews
KY16 9TH

tel: 01334463520

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I am a co-tutelle PhD student at the University of St Andrews and La Laguna University in the Canary Islands. My project is titled "Assessing resilience of beaked whale populations to human impacts: population structure and genetic diversity in impacted and semi-pristine areas". At the University of St Andrews I am supervised by Prof Oscar Gaggiotti and Dr Emma Carroll and at ULL by Dr Natacha Aguilar de Soto.

I am interested in molecular ecology, population genetics and genomics and have previously worked in aquaculture genetics. During my master's at St Andrews, I used microsatellites to estimate inbreeding in declining UK harbour seal populations.

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Recent Publications:

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Perturbation drives changing metapopulation dynamics in a top marine predator Emma Louise Carroll, Ailsa Jane Hall, Morten Tange Olsen, Aubrie Onoufriou, Oscar Eduardo Gaggiotti, Debbie JF Russell
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B: Biological Sciences 2020 vol. 287