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Amanda Hund ’10

Visiting Research Assistant Professor of Biology, Biology

Education & Professional History

Carleton College, BA; University of Colorado-Boulder, PhD

Amanda Hund  is an integrative evolutionary ecologist that studies host-parasite interactions. She is currently starting a new project to understand how host ecology, behavior, and immunology shape the transmission of a complex-life cycle parasite through space and time. This involves working with stickleback fish and common loons on Vancouver Island. She teaches part of Introductory Biology and Ecology and Evolution of Disease.

At Carleton since 2022.

Highlights & Recent Activity

Accepting new research students for fall 2022; indicate interest here, form will be open until September 19, 2022.

Current Courses

  • Fall 2022
    BIOL 125: Genes, Evolution, and Development and Lab
  • Winter 2023
    BIOL 220: Disease Ecology and Evolution
  • Spring 2023
    BIOL 125: Genes, Evolution, and Development and Lab