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Applying Ethology”  




The Animal Welfare Slack Workspace hosts Applying Ethology webinars twice per month.
The aims of these webinars are:
1) Give early career scientists in the fields of animal welfare and animal behaviour an opportunity to present their research;
2) Cultivate an ongoing community of researchers who share ideas;
3) Provide a free-platform for people to engage in scientific discussions.

Schedule

Integrate the webinar schedule with your Google calendar here!

Date & time (zone)

Presenter

Moderator

Title

2020

March 30th

8:00 pm CEST

Christian Nawroth

Christian Nawroth

Human-directed behaviour in farm animals

April 14th

8:00 pm CEST

Jenny Stracke

Rachel Park

Scratch the surface: Histopathological analysis of footpad dermatitis in turkeys

April 20th

8:00 pm CEST

Katrina Rosenberger

Jen-Yun Chou

Combining quantitative measures from stress tests with qualitative descriptors to assess stress in goats

April 27th

8:00 pm CEST

Christina Rufener

Christian Nawroth

Finding hens in a haystack - individual mobility patterns in laying hens

May 4th

8:00 pm CEST

Ben Farrar

Christian Nawroth

Reliability, Credibility and Open Science

May 11th

8:00 pm CEST

Anjuli Barber

Christian Nawroth

Perception and processing of human emotions in dogs - Past and future directions of emotion research in animals

May 25th

8:00 pm CEST

Ellen Williams

Jen-Yun Chou

Understanding zoo elephant social relationships

June 8th

8:00 pm CEST

Sara Hintze

Jen-Yun Chou

Doing nothing and what it looks like... Inactivity in fattening cattle

June 22th

8:00 pm CEST

Jakob Winter

Rachel Park

Piling and smothering in laying hens: phenomenon and mechanisms

July 6th

8:00 pm CEST

Lisa Gunter

Rachel Park

Investigating the effects of housing & social interaction for dogs in the animal shelter

July 20th

8:00 pm CEST

Anna Olsson

Jen-Yun Chou

Understanding neonatal mortality in laboratory mice

August 17th

8:00 pm CEST

Valentine Obiasogu

Christian Nawroth

Welfare and ethical issues on offloading of cattle in Akinyele Market, Ibadan

September 7th

8:00 pm CEST

Jen-Yun Chou

Laura Whalin

Investigating links between post-mortem carcass inspection outcomes and tail biting injuries in pigs: a potential welfare surveillance tool?

September 21st

8:00 pm CEST

Beth Ventura

Laura Whalin

Effective communication about animal welfare

October 5th

8:00 pm CEST

Sarah-Elizabeth Byosiere

Laura Whalin

Staying paws-itive: Improving the lives of New York City shelter dogs

October 19th

8:00 pm CEST

Bernhard Voelkl

Christian Nawroth

Reproducibility in the light of biological variation

November 2nd

8:00 pm CET

Vitor Ferreira

Christian Nawroth

Why did the chicken cross the range? Personality and cognition of free-range chickens

November 16th

8:00 pm CET

Katarína Bučková

Laura Whalin

Effect of early social environment on dairy calf development

December 7th

8:00 pm CET

Oluwaseun Serah Iyasere

Laura Whalin

Mothering in Nigerian indigenous hens

2021

January 11th

8:00 pm CET

James W. Crosby

Laura Whalin

Fatal Dog Attacks: Classifying Behavioral Commonalities by Bite Wounds and Evidence.

January 18th

8:00 pm CET

Avelyne S. Villain

Laura Whalin

Humans, objects or conspecifics, piglets tell us what they prefer

February 8th

8:00 pm CET

Benjamin Lecorps

Laura Whalin

What does it mean to be an optimistic or pessimistic calf?

February 22nd

8:00 pm CET

Rebecca Nordquist

Christian Nawroth

Chicken rearing conditions: effects on cognition and neurobiology

March 8th

8:00 pm CET

Christina Umstaetter

Christian Nawroth

«I spy with my little eye» … How digitalization can change our view of farm animals.

March 22nd

8:00 pm CET

Andrea Polanco

Laura Whalin

What can abnormal behaviour teach us about captive animals’ quality of life?

April 12th

8:00 pm CET

Janire Castellano Bueno

Laura Whalin

Acute effect of fluid control on the welfare of laboratory rhesus macaques

April 19th

8:00 pm CET

Monica Battini

Christian Nawroth

Assessing positive welfare in farmed ruminants

May 17th

8:00 pm CET

Alina Schaffer

Christian Nawroth

Gaze following in ungulates: domesticated and non-domesticated species follow the gaze of both humans and conspecifics in an experimental context

June 14th

8:00 pm CET

Tara Gaab

Jen-Yun Chou

My Journey Toward Making Sense of Animal Welfare in the Dairy Industry

July 5th

8:00 pm CET

Susana Monsó & Sara Hintze

Christian Nawroth

For their own good?: The unseen harms of disenhancing farmed animals

September 6th

8:00 pm CET

Judith Benz-Schwarzburg & Birte Wrage

Christian Nawroth

Animals as caregivers and the scope of unseen harms

September 20th

8:00 pm CET

Marco Gamba & Olivier Friard

Christian Nawroth

Behavioural Analysis with BORIS

October 4th

8:00 pm CET

Maria Chen

Laura Whalin

"Cattle welfare is basically human welfare": Workers’ perceptions of animal welfare on two dairies in China

October 18th

8:00 pm CET

Vincent Bombail

Laura Whalin

Addressing individual differences among rats in their response to playful handling : A game changer (?)

November 1st

8:00 pm CET

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November 15th

8:00 pm CET

Tom Rowland

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A network approach to animal behaviour and welfare

December 6th

8:00 pm CET

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2022

January 10th

8:00 pm CET

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If speakers agree, we will publish recording in the #webinar channel and on our Youtube channel. You can also find slides from previous talks in this OSF repository here.

You are interested in presenting a talk (live or pre-recorded)? Apply to become a speaker here!

You want to join the Slack workspace? Email one of our moderators (Jen, Laura, Sebastien or Christian) so they can sign you up.

Already logged into the Slack workspace but forgot the link? Here it is!

Step-by-step instructions

For presenters

The audience will have the opportunity to ask questions in the chat window. The moderator will coordinate the Q&A at the end of your talk. Presentations should last between 20-30 min maximum. We will aim to also offer an opportunity for video recordings. It’s up to the presenters whether they want the talk to be recorded and share a link to the pdf of their slides after the webinar. These slides will be shared via an OSF folder (see link above). The recordings will be made accessible on the Slack Workspace and the Youtube channel (see above).

Please check #webinar for further questions and discussions after your talk!

For audience members:

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