Dr Annalie Dorph
Postdoctoral Research Fellow, University of New England
See Dr Dorph’s full research profile here.
Dr Dorph is quantitative ecologist with an interest in how statistical models can be applied to answer complex ecological questions. Currently, Dr Dorph is a postdoctoral research fellow in predator ecology at the University of New England. In this role, her research involves integrating field data, simulations and statistical models to assess feral cat monitoring and management techniques in New South Wales.
Research outputs linked to policy change and decision-making
- Dr Dorph previously worked with a team of risk analysts and the Victorian State Government to improve models used in the state-wide estimation of bushfire risk. As part of this research, she developed models indicating when bushfire ignitions are likely to occur and helped produce models to determine how available firefighting resources affect the suppression time of bushfires.
- 2021: PhD, University of Melbourne
Current academic employment and positions
- 2021–present: Postdoctoral Research Fellow, School of Environmental and Rural Science, University of New England
Major prizes, medals and honours
- 2014: Vice Chancellor’s Scholar, University of New England
Links with non-government groups or networks
- Membership Secretary, Australasian Bayesian Network Modelling Society
- Member, Ecological Society of Australia
Current projectCompleted project
NESP RLH, 2021-2027NESP, 2015-2021NERP, 2012-2015TRaCK, 2005-present