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Dr. Patricia Ann Woolley

Honorary Senior Research Fellow

La Trobe University

Direct Phone: +61 *********       

Email: p***@***.au

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La Trobe University

1St Floor 215 Franklin Street

Melbourne, Victoria 3000


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In 2015, La Trobe University's Autism Specific Early Learning and Care Centre (ASELCC) is continuing to focus on enhancing its capacity to provide evidenced-based intervention for young children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Research continues to p ... more

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The Society of Women Geographers


Honorary Life Member
Australian Mammal Society Inc



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Dr Patricia Woolley Emeritus Scholar +61 3 9479 2240

Archives | American Society of Mammalogists [cached]

2001- Patricia A. Woolley, La Trobe University, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Honorary Membership | American Society of Mammalogists [cached]

2001- Patricia A. Woolley, La Trobe University, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

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Dr Pat Woolley of La Trobe University, Melbourne, started searching for the dunnarts in 1991, and caught the first live animals in 1992.

Oral Histories « SWG: The Society of Woman Geographers [cached]

Patricia Ann Woolley (b. 1932), mammalogist and professor.

The interview covers Dr. Woolley's early life and education in Australia. After completing her PhD, she began her career at La Trobe University, Melbourne, Australia, with her research of Dasyurid marsupials. As the result of her research of little known small mammals in Australia and New Guinea, a species was named for her, Pseudantechinus Woolleyae. She is an honorary life member of the Australian Mammal Society. Woolley joined SWG in 1986 and received the Outstanding Achievement Award in 1999.

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