Sarin 'Putter' Tiatragul

Sarin 'Putter' Tiatragul

PhD Candidate

The Australian National University


I’m fascinated by learning about how organisms came to be the way they are. I enjoy the challenge of working in aspects of biology that are overlooked (could be said about every aspect I suppose), making scientific knowledge understandable for people around the world and bringing people together to do something useful.

Currently, I am a PhD Candidate in the Keogh Lab at the Australian National University (ANU). My thesis focuses on the evolutionary relationships among Australian blindsnakes (genus Anilios). Before coming to the ANU, I completed my M.S. in Biological Sciences at Auburn University under the supervision of Dr. Dan Warner Warner Lab.

Apart from research, I enjoy photography, scuba diving, playing and refereeing football (soccer), and seeing as much of the world as possible. I enjoy spending time in nature and immersing myself into different cultures to appreciate the (bio)diversity of life.

สาริน เตียตระกูล (พัตเตอร์)

  • Macroevolution
  • Ecology
  • Conservation Biology
  • PhD in Biology - Ecology & Evolution, 2019 - current

    The Australian National University

  • MSc in Biological Sciences, 2018

    Auburn University

  • BSc in Biology with Research Concentration, 2016

    Gonzaga University