is a post-doctoral researcher at the Evolutionary Ethology group from the Ecology, Physiology and Ethology Department at IPHC (CNRS of Strasbourg). She is a specialist of equine behaviour, especially the areas of socio-cognition and welfare. She started studying horses in 2007 during her Master at the University of Rennes (France) and never stopped doing it since then. She conducted her thesis at the INRA of Tours (France) between 2009 and 2013 on the influence of personality and stress on cognitive performances of domestic horses. In 2014, she started to collaborate with Odile Petit in a project investigating leadership in collective movements in domestic horses. In 2016, she received a Young Researcher Award from the des Treilles Foundation for this work. In addition to this project, she recently developed different applied projects aiming to explore the influence of social environment and housing practices on equine welfare.
Ergebnisse des Projekts Herdenjugend 2016-17:
Das Verhalten von 4, 5 und 6 Jahre alten Pferden in gemischtaltrigen Pferdeherden
35. Tagung zur Pferdegesundheit: Funktionsstörungen des Pferdegebisses: Auswirkungen, Diagnostik, Vorbeugung und Behandlung (2018)