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Cognitive Neuroethology

Dr Andrew Barron

Dr Andrew Barron

I am an Associate Professor in the Department of Biological Sciences at Macquarie University. My research has two main foci.  I study the fundamental relationships between cognition and neural systems using primarily ants and bees as model systems.  In response to the global problem of declining bee health and bee populations I am also studying how to improve bee hive resilience.  

In 2015 I was awarded an ARC Future Fellowship to develop computational and mathematical models of the honey bee brain.

Lab Website: http://bio.mq.edu.au/research/groups/cognitive-neuroethology/

For a list of my publications click here.

For my Google Scholar publication and citation summary click here.

For my Research Gate profile and publication summary click here.

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