How sociality affects fitness among female spotted hyenas

Time
Friday, 13. December 2019
11:45 – 13:15

Location
Y326

Organizer
Gisela Kopp, Zukunftskolleg

Speaker:
Kay Holekamp, Michigan State University

This event is part of an event series „Animal Sociality Seminar“.

Kay Holekamp is Professor in the Department of Integrative Biology at Michigan State University. Research in her laboratory focuses on mammalian behavioral development, its physiological substrates, the socio-ecological forces shaping it, and its evolution. Kay’s group is currently investigating how social, ecological, and endocrine variables interact during an individual's early development to influence its subsequent behavior, survival and reproductive success as an adult.

How sociality affects fitness among female spotted hyenas

(Abstract TBA)

Image courtesy of Kay Holekamp (Michigan State University)
Image courtesy of Kay Holekamp (Michigan State University)