Dulaney Miller

Research Scientist
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I joined the Marine Invasive Species Ireland (MISI) team within the MFRC as a molecular biologist in 2019. Since graduating from the University of New Hampshire in the United States in 2014, I have been working in both freshwater and oceanic molecular-based monitoring programs for the detection of non-indigenous, invasive, and rare taxa. My research interests are in advancing the capabilities of environmental DNA technologies and implementing widespread surveillance programs to promote marine biodiversity and protect our ecosystems from aquatic invasive species.

Environmental DNA/RNA metabarcoding for monitoring marine biodiversity in Galway Bay, with particular attention to marine Invasive Alien Species (AIS)
The goal of this project is set up a set of novel tools for the detection and monitoring of marine invasive species in Irish coastal waters. This project is funded by the European Maritime Fisheries Fund (EMFF).