Anne Sabol, MSc. Student

Anne Sabol joined the lab in August 2016 after graduating with a degree in Zoology from The Ohio State University. As an undergraduate, she worked in Ian Hamilton’s lab studying personality and UV vision in cichlid fish. In the Dantzer Lab, Anne studied the benefits of sociality in free-living prairie voles. Anne set up an automated RFID system to record vole movements and then used social network analyses to make inferences regarding their behavior. Anne finished her MSc. in 2018 and is now a wildlife biology technician. Follow her on Twitter @ACSabol27

Contact Anne at sabola (AT) umich.edu