JGS student Renee Johansen awarded prestigous Fulbright scholarship

12 April 2013

Joint Graduate School in Biodiversity and Biosecurity PhD candidate Renee Johansen has received a 2012 Fulbright-Ministry of Science and Innovation Graduate Award to research the effect of invasive marram grass on the composition of mycorrhizal fungal communities in sand dunes, at Duke University in Durham, North Carolina.

Renee discusses her research in this YouTube video produced by her employer, Landcare Research:

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