Saving the Tasmanian Devil
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Carolyn J. Hogg is the Research Manager of the Australasian Wildlife Genomics Group at the University of Sydney. She has been working on the conservation of threatened species for over 20 years both in Australia and overseas. Working closely with academic and conservation management partners, she is developing better tools and technologies to integrate molecular genetics into real-time conservation management decisions. Samantha Fox is a wildlife biologist with a focus on the conservation of threatened species. She is passionate about incorporating results from applied research into management decisions and has a strong collaborative emphasis in her work. While she has extensive field experience, Sam also manages a team of field staff and a number of large diverse projects. She is a strong believer in effective communication being key to successful outcomes. David Pemberton is a wildlife biologist who has worked on a variety of wildlife management projects from seal interactions with fish farms to albatross bycatch on long liners. He is currently the Manager of the Save the Tasmanian Devil Program. He has published over 50 scientific papers and three books including co-authoring the book The Tasmanian Devil: A Unique and Threatened Animal. Katherine Belov is the Professor for Comparative Genomics at the University of Sydney. She is a world leader in the genetics of immunity of Australian mammals and has developed new paradigms for the management of Australian wildlife populations threatened by disease. She has published over 150 papers on immunity and conservation.

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"The information gleaned from such a research compendium will be an invaluable resource for future management of this delightful and unusual species. This publication is a credit to the large dedicated team that has thrown themselves wholeheartedly into raising awareness of this species and trying to save it from extinction."
*The Quarterly Review of Biology 95(4)*

"A convenient, authoritative and objective synthesis."
*Pacific Conservation Biology 26(4)*

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