Ms Nadiah Roslan
I am a biologist from Australia’s bush capital, Canberra, with experience in coordinating projects on climate change biology and phenology for the research and not-for-profit sector. I previously studied a Bachelor of Science (Zoology) at the Australian National University, and a Master of Science (Tropical Marine Ecology) at James Cook University. Since joining the Australian Museum Herpetology team in 2020, I have had the pleasure of working as the Project Coordinator of FrogID, a national citizen science project that is informing frog conservation by recording their calls with the FrogID app. When not at work, I spend a lot of my time hiking, birdwatching, rock climbing, and listening out for frog calls! Connect with me if you have any questions about the FrogID project and citizen science.