Dr. Shannon Currie
Tel: 0049 (0) 30 5168 467
Short curriculum vitae
Dr Currie completed her Bachelor’s (Hons) degree in Zoology at the University of Western Australia in 2009. She then undertook an internship at Oxford University before returning to Australia to begin her PhD at the University of New England with Prof. Fritz Geiser. Following completion of her doctoral degree in 2015, for which she was awarded the Chancellor’s Research Medal, Dr Currie joined the lab of Dr Yossi Yovel at Tel Aviv University as a postdoctoral fellow. In 2017 she was awarded an Alexander von Humboldt fellowship to further her study of the cardiac physiology of bats at the Leibniz IZW with PD Dr Christian Voigt. Dr Currie continues to work within the Voigt batlab as a postdoctoral fellow and contributes to teaching Behavioural Ecology and Biology of Bats courses at the Freie Universitat Berlin.
- Cardiac Physiology
- Thermal Energetics
- Flight Metabolism
- Hibernation Physiology
Currie SE, Fasel NJ, Mène-Saffrané L (2019): Valuable carcasses: postmortem preservation of fatty acid composition in heart tissue. Cons Physiol 7.
Voigt CC, Rosner E, Guglielmo CG, Currie SE (2019): Fatty acid profiles of the European migratory common noctule bat (Nyctalus noctula). Sci. Nat. 106, 33.
Voigt CC, Currie SE, Fritze M, Roeleke M, Lindecke O (2018): Conservation Strategies for Bats Flying at High Altitudes. BioScience 68, 427-435.
Currie SE (2018): No effect of season on the electrocardiogram of long eared bat (Nyctophilus gouldi) during torpor. J Comp Physiol B.