Dr Stephen Anderson is a teaching and research academic in the School of Biomedical Sciences at The University of Queensland. He is head of the laboratory for animal endocrinology.
Stephen's expertise is animal physiology. His research aims to better understand the complex biological processes of growth and metabolism, reproduction (pregnancy and lactation), and stress.
Stephen is an animal scientist and an affiliate researcher in QAAFI, the Queensland Alliance for Agriculture and Food Innovation. His current research projects involve the northern Australian beef herd (bone growth and phosphorus deficiency), feedlot cattle (heat stress), horses (laminitis), and cats (flea sensitivity, diabetes).
During his academic career Stephen has taught physiology into many biomedical, animal, and veterinary science courses. He currently teaches into Medicine, Science and Pharmacy programs.
He has been the recipient of many teaching and learning awards.
Dr Stephen Anderson
Stephen recently worked as a scientific consultant
for a TV documentary on the impact of hormones
on animal behaviour.
"Moody Beasts" is a quirky 3 part series produced
by Wildbear Entertainment that featured
on the National Geo channel in many countries across
North America, Europe and Asia.
Animal Production 2018
Wagga Wagga, Australia
2 to 5 July 2018
Click on photo above to go to Wildbear Entertainment and watch their promo video