Renae Charalambous

School of Science and Health

Western Sydney University

Renae Charalambous
Miss Renae Charalambous

Renae Charalambous has completed a Bachelor of Natural Science (Animal Science) at Western Sydney University (2014-2017) where she majored in Climate Change, Conservation Biology, and Zoology. She then completed a Master of Research at Western Sydney University (2017-2019) where she undertook a 25,000 word thesis titled 'Understanding the physiological impacts of stress on the Australian marsupial species, the Koala (Phascolarctos cinereus), within New South Wales and South Australia'. Renae's chosen field of research is within Conservation Physiology, where she uses non-invasive methods to measure hormones in order to assess stress in wildlife.