Jenny Ovenden - Molecular Fisheries Laboratory

Molecular Fisheries Lab


The Molecular Fisheries Laboratory supports the sustainable harvest of wild fisheries resources with scientific research using genetic technology. New information is provided on a range of topics such as genetic population structure, genetic effective size and DNA-based individual identification.

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eFish is a repository of genetic information available to the public domain and contains freely-licensed research content to everyone. It acts as a common repository for the various projects of The University of Queensland and the Molecular Fisheries Laboratory. The repository is created and maintained not by paid curators, but by researchers at the Molecular Fisheries Laboratory.

Launched on February 2015, eFish currently hosts more than 120 million sequences.

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Find out more about our research environment and how to apply to do a short or long-term research project with us.