The overarching aim of my research is to discover the origins and maintenance of marine biodiversity, with a particular focus on the biodiversity of coral reef fishes. I concentrate my research efforts on the interrelationships between species, the most common
Manuscripts in Review Hodge, J.R. & Bellwood, D.R., in review. The geography of speciation in coral reef fishes: the relative importance of biogeographical barriers in separating sister-species. Journal of Biogeography. Peer-Reviewed Publications Hodge, J.R., Bellwood, D., 2015.
James Cook University Teaching Assistant for: Systems Modelling and Visualisation (2nd Semester 2010 – 2013; Citations for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning) Introductory Marine Science (2nd Semester 2010 – 2013) Functional Biology of Marine Organisms (1st Semester 2010 – 2012)