Kerry V Fanson
Kerry Fanson is a behavioural endocrinologist whose interests lie at the interface between basic and applied research. She is particularly interested in the evolutionary implications of individual and species-level variation in endocrine physiology. She did her PhD at Purdue University studying how stress and reproductive physiology impact conservation efforts such as species reintroductions. She then moved to Australia, where she continued to study a range of topics related to stress and reproduction at Macquarie University and Taronga Conservation Society Australia. She is currently a post-doc at Deakin University studying the role of insulin-like proteins in shaping individual differences in growth rate, metabolism, and behaviour in Australian yabbies.
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