I am a Senior Group Leader at CREAF. My primary goal as a researcher is to shed light on how organisms adapt to environmental changes with a specific focus on the role of animal behavior in this process. My research combines approaches from behavioral ecology, evolutionary ecology, and global change biology. Throughout my scientific career, I have applied these skills to study two main lines of research. A) unraveling the role of animal behavior in evolution and B) investigating how organisms successfully cope with human-induced rapid environmental changes.
Postdoctoral researcher – Google Scholar
Co-supervised, PhD Student – Google Scholar
PhD student – Linkedin
Research assistant – Linkedin
CREAF summer fellow
Former MSc Student