Danielle Zieg
University Communications
August 12, 2014

Alan Vajda, assistant professor of Environmental Endocrinology in the Department of Integrative Biology, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, presented a paper titled “Infrastructure Investment Improves Ecosystem Health” at the Gordon Research Conference on Environmental Endocrine Disruption in Barga, Italy, in May.

Vajda also shared details of this long-term research during a July 8 radio interview on the KGNU award-winning science show, How on Earth.

He talked about a rare success story: why fish in Boulder Creek are acting and looking more sexually normal.

Category: Category Research