Eleanor Caves, Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellow
Eleanor is examining the behavioural and ecological implications of variation in tail length in male swordtails Xiphophorus helleri. She is investigating how females discriminate between males of swords with differing sizes to understand how this sexually selected trait is perceived. Read more about her research here and find her on Twitter @EleanorCaves.
Menno van Berkel, PhD Candidate
Menno is researching the role of cognitive, social, and environmental factors in the production of male great bowerbird Ptilonorhynchus nuchalis courtship displays. Co-supervised with Alex Thornton.
Madeleine Goumas, PhD Candidate
Madeleine is investigating cue use in the foraging behaviour of European herring gulls Larus argentatus. Co-supervised with Neeltje Boogert.
Emma Inzani, PhD Candidate
Emma is investigating the behaviour of European herring gulls Larus argentatus. Co-supervised with Neeltje Boogert.