This past weekend, Kat presented her research and co-chaired a session at the 2019 Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology (SICB) annual meeting in Tampa, Florida! During her talk, Kat discussed her recent findings on the role of melatonin in mediating seasonal transitions in circulating androgen profiles and aggressive behavior in male Siberian hamsters. In addition, Kat was selected to receive a SICB Grant-in-Aid of Research, which provides supplemental funding for graduate students in support of their research in the fields of integrative and comparative biology. Congratulations, Kat!
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