Associate Lecturer in Animal Behaviour and Evolution
Harold Mitchell 306
I am an associate lecturer of animal behaviour and evolution teaching undergraduate modules for the School of Biology. I also am conducting research on neuropeptide hormones and their role in social behaviour, mother-infant dynamics and energy balance.
My research interests include:
- Hormonal impacts on individual behaviour and physiology.
- Maternal and social behaviour.
- The physiology of energetics and how this links to individual behaviour and survival.
- Particular interest in the neuropeptide oxytocin, which much of my current research centers around.
Please visit my research website for more information about myself and my work: https://kellyrobinsonscience.wordpress.com/
(source: symbiosis database)