Garth Watson - Research Officer
Garth Watson is a senior technical officer based at The Murray-Darling Freshwater Research Centre in Wodonga, Victoria, Australia.
Garth’s main responsibilities lie in the generation of molecular data for a variety of projects and the development of molecular protocols. He manages the molecular laboratory and trains post-graduate students from a variety of universities. Garth also consults as an aquatic ecologist for the Centre.
Garth’s research topics of special interest include:
Garth has been employed at the Murray-Darling Freshwater Research Centre for 23 years, initially employed in zooplankton taxonomy and ecology but went on to play a major role in the establishment of the molecular biology facility in 2001. Prior to his current term with MDFRC (1984 – 1989), Garth was employed as a technical assistant with CSIRO Molecular and Health Technologies (Sydney).
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