Lecturer in Animal and Environmental Biology, Anglia Ruskin University

Claudia conducted her PhD investigating social modulation of heart rate in greylag geese at the Konrad-Lorenz research station in Austria. After her PhD she broadened her expertise in the field of social cognition, investigating cognitive mechanisms underlying cooperation in carrion crows and ravens.

She has held several post-doctoral periods in international labs (CNRS Strasbourg, NTNU Trondheim, Max Planck Institute for Ornithology Seewiesen, University of Valladolid).

Research interests
Social physiology
Social cognition
Evolution of cooperation
Competition in animal groups
The role of communication in cooperative interactions

Experience

  • –present
    Lecturer in Animal and Environmental Biology, Anglia Ruskin University