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Jamie Tedeschi

  • PhD
  • Research Officer in the Centre for Evolutionary Biology
  • University of Western Australia
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Research interests

ConservationMolecular EcologyPopulation GeneticsMolecular BiologyClimate ChangeAdaptationPhenotypic plasticityEvolutionary biologyThermal physiology

About

As an ecophysiologist, molecular ecologist and evolutionary biologist, my research interests are in the fields of sexual selection, population genetics, phenotypic plasticity, and adaptive evolution. In general, my research aims to investigate the processes behind species’ responses to climate change. With modern technology, I study cellular and molecular responses to abiotic stressors (e.g. thermal stress and oxidative stress) and their impacts, particularly on the development and survival of ectotherms.

Co-authors (33)

Publications (5)

  • Loggerhead sea turtle embryos ( Caretta caretta ) regulate expression of stress response and developmental genes when exposed to a biologically realistic heat stress

    • Bentley B
    • Haas B
    • Tedeschi J
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  • The effect of hyperglycemia on Achilles tendon structural properties in the rat

    • Moore M
    • Gump B
    • Tedeschi J
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  • The influence of acetaminophen and exercise on rat Achilles tendon structural properties

    • Whitt J
    • Tedeschi J
    • Gump B
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  • Acetaminophen consumption alters Achilles tendon collagen content in Wistar rats

    • Whitt J
    • Tedeschi J
    • McMullan D
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  • Improved carnitine status in the trained rat is associated with increased mRNA expression of liver γ-BBH and kidney OCTN2

    • Tedeschi J
    • Luna B
    • Broderick T
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Professional experience

Research Officer in the Centre for Evolutionary Biology

University of Western Australia

July 2015 - Present

Research Officer in the Wildlife DNA Lab

Murdoch University

April 2016 - October 2017(2 years)

Education

PhD in Molecular Ecology and Quantitative Genetics

University of Western Australia

February 2011 - February 2015(4 years)