Dr Rebecca Cramp is a Senior Research Fellow and comparative physiologist in the School of Biological Sciences at The University of Queensland. Her research focuses primarily on how the environment constrains the physiology of ectothermic vertebrates (fish, frogs and reptiles).

Rebecca’s research interests encompass the general areas of osmo- and ion-regulation, digestive and thermal physiology, environmental drivers of physiological function and animal performance in anthropogenically modified environments. Her current research explores the physiological constraints underpinning performance in Australian native fish species with the aim of informing policy and guidelines for the management and remediation of barriers to fish passage.

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