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Jade Getliff



Throughout my undergraduate degree at Exeter I worked extensively with marine turtles as well as pioneering my own community based marine conservation organisation and taking every opportunity to showcase the amazing work done by women in the field of marine science. I am a marine biologist at my core and find great interest in using a wide variety of techniques and pursuing novel approaches to marine conservation. My work now focuses on elasmobranchs with a two-pronged approach; using populations genomics to identify vulnerable populations of sharks ans rays in the Galapagos Islands, as well as investigating how climate change may be driving infectious disease in these species.

I am part of the Bonneaud lab group.


Present: MSc by Research in Biological Sciences, University of Exeter, Penryn

2019: BSc. Marine Biology, University of Exeter, Penryn


2020 - : Manager & Diving Instructor, Big Blue Conservation Koh Tao (Thailand)




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