Fonti completed her masters (MRes) in 2015. She worked on the influence of social status on social learning in lizards with Dan Noble and Martin. Fonti was then hired by Dan and Martin to help to work on various projects and she was also our lab manager. She did an amazing job! Fonti moved to UNSW to do a PhD with Daniel Noble and Shinchi Nakagawa but she is still an integral member of the lab and has her lizards at Macquarie. To read about what she is up to, check out her web page, where you can also follow her on Twitter.
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