The overall aim of my research is two-fold. Minimally invasive techniques will be used to quantify stress in sick and injured populations of wild koalas within Queensland, in an effort to assess their welfare and streamline their recovery within clinical care. Furthermore, an investigation will be performed pertaining to how the general public of Queensland are willing to assist in conservation efforts directed towards koalas.


Project members

Renae Charalambous

PHD candidate
School of Agriculture and Food Sustainability