Position/Title: Adjunct Professor
Office: ANNU 020
My research program primarily focuses on the reproductive physiology and endocrinology of wildlife species. I work with zoos and wildlife agencies around the world to generate information on the biology of endangered species that can be used to facilitate their conservation and management. I have done research on many different species ranging from the Puerto Rican crested toad and the Vancouver Island marmot to non-domestic felids (tigers etc) and the 'big gray things' (hippos, elephants and rhinos). In addition to my work on wildlife species, I also collaborate with researchers working on domestic species.