Dr. Laura Grogan

I'm an ARC DECRA Research Fellow and Lecturer at Griffith University, Queensland, Australia. I have a background in veterinary science, ecology and epidemiology, and was awarded my PhD from James Cook University in July 2015. 


I work at the interface of disease ecology/epidemiology and pathogenesis/immunology of infectious diseases of wildlife, unpacking our understanding of the relative importance of processes occurring at these two scales for outcomes on both the individual host and host population. My current research focuses on amphibian chytridiomycosis. 

Research News

Funded! "Amphibians of the World Heritage-listed Gondwana Rainforests: Distribution, habitat use, conservation status and potential threats"

7 Nov 2018

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Teaching News

New paper out in Science! "Rewilding immunology"

7 Jul 2020

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       © 2020 Laura Grogan       Griffith Gold Coast campus, Queensland, Australia       l.grogan"at"griffith.edu.au       

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