William E Feeney
William E Feeney is a field biologist based between the University of Queenlsand (AUS) and the University of Delaware (USA). His research focuses on understanding why animals are the way they are, and do the things they do.
School of Biological Sciences University of Queensland St Lucia | Brisbane 4072 Australia
First off, thanks for visiting my website!
I am a UQ PDF Research Fellow in the School of Biological Sciences at the University of Queensland, Australia. My research aims to understand how interactions between species, such as those between parasites and their hosts or predators and their prey, operate and generate biodiversity. I primarily conduct research on wild animals, with particular focus on the relationships between Australian cuckoos and their hosts, as well as predatory coral reef fishes and their prey. I am supported by the University of Queensland and the Hermon Slade Foundation.
On this website you can find out more about what I do, who I work with, who supports my work, and how you can get involved.
The best way to contact me is at: william.e.feeney [at] gmail.com
School of Biological Sciences
University of Queensland
St Lucia | Brisbane 4072