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PhD Candidate, School of Life and Environmental Sciences, University of Sydney

Arisa is a PhD student in the Invertebrate Behaviour and Ecology Lab at the University of Sydney. I majored in Microbiology and Botany in my undergraduate at the University of Western Australia. During my Honours year I started working on slime moulds, and I am now interested in all things slimey! I am currently studying behavioural variability in slime moulds. I am interested in looking at whether the behaviour of slime moulds change as they age and also the behavioural variability between wild species of slime moulds.


  • –present
    Phd student, University of Sydney