Anne Devan-Song

Anne received her B.Sc. at the National University of Singapore, and M.Sc. at the University of Rhode Island. Her research has focused on herpetofaunal biology, ecology, and human-snake conflict in Southeast Asia, including anthropogenic impacts on parasite transmission in reticulated pythons, and effects of long-distance translocation on white-lipped pit vipers. Prior to starting a PhD at Oregon State University, she conducted three years of herpetofaunal inventory and monitoring surveys for the National Park Service in the northeast and mid-Atlantic United States. To learn more about Anne’s research, you can visit her website.