I am currently looking for PostDoc opportunities within the fields of behavioral ecology, chemical ecology, and predator-prey interactions. Ideally I would be able to continue my work on odor communication in vertebrates.
Please feel free to contact me!
My thesis (available here) focused on predator-prey interactions between the common weasel (Mustela nivalis nivalis) and the bank vole (Myodes glareolus). The current focus lays on odour transmitted information, both via predator-based odours (in the form of kairomones) and via prey-based odours (most likely in the form of pheromones).
I put my main interest on cross-generational effects of predator presence. With this theme, I looked into how early-life exposure to the different odors of fear affects behavior later on in life.
I received my Master's degree from Linköping University. My thesis, Behavioural responses of mice to predator odour components, was supervised by Prof. Matthias Laska.
My Bachelor's degree was awarded by the University of Bonn. For my thesis I looked into ungulate density estimates via camera traps, supervised by Dr. Renate van der Elzen in cooperation with the Zoological Research Museum Alexander Koenig.