PhD Candidate, Biological and Experimental Psychology, Queen Mary University of London

Caroline is an animal welfare scientist, specialising in human-animal interactions. Before joining Queen Mary University of London in 2014, Caroline lectured in animal welfare and has also worked in a range of welfare-related roles including for the Medical Research Council, Ouwehands zoo and various animal charities.

To take part in her on-going research on attitudes to animals, please visit:

https://theanthrozoologist.wordpress.com/survey/

Her work is supported by World Animal Protection and funded by the ESRC.

Experience

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    PhD candidate, biological and experimental psychology, Queen Mary University of London