We are interested in the proximate mechanisms and functions of wildlife behavior, under natural conditions and ecology. By identifying the role of steroid hormones, we hope to gain a better understanding of the development and expression (i.e., ontogeny and causation) of social behaviors, and tap into their adaptive value....Read More.


  • We're currently recruiting highly motivated graduate students who would love to spend their MSc or PhD out in the field, observing wildlife and asking intriguing questions in behavioral ecology and endocrinology.

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