I am a zoologist, born in France, who has had the privilege to work with animals such as primates in Africa, reptiles in America and seals and penguins in Antarctica. I then moved up the alphabet by moving to Britain, settling in Oxford in particular where I worked with wild small mammals (the hardest of them all). Some of my work has been the recipient of several international awards. My interests, usually within an evolutionary framework, have been varied: from animal social behaviour to parasite manipulation and, in the last 15 years, animal welfare, experimental design and statistics, and education in some fields of biomedical sciences.

Experience

  • –present
    Training Director, University of Oxford

Education

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    University of Oxford, PgDipLATHE
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    University of Oxford, Merton College, D.Phil
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    British Antarctic Survey (Cambridge) and University of Montpellier (France)., M.Phil C.N.A.A.
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    University of Sussex., B.Sc.