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Cognitive Neuroethology

Postdoctoral researchers

Dr Franne Kamhi - jointly supervised with Dr Ajay Narenrda

Franne studies the neural mechanisms of navigation in ants and bees.

Dr Yuri Ogawa Kato - jointly supervised with Dr Ajay Narenrda

Yuri studies the neurobiology of vision and navigation in ants. 

Dr Chris Reid - Jointly supervised with Professor Marie Herberstein

Chris studies the emergence of collective behaviour in ants and slime moulds.

PhD Students

Jenny Plath - Cotutelle student with University of Konstanz, jointly supervised with Professor Giovanni Galizia.

Jenny studies the functions of the central complex of the insect brain.

Simon Klein - Cotutelle student with Université Paul Sabatier jointly supervised with Dr Jean-Marc Devaud and Dr Mathieu Lihoreau .

Simon examines honey bee foraging performance.

Susie Hewlett

Susie studies the mechanism of honey bee social cohesion.

Lianne Meah - Joint PhD with University of Sheffield jointly supervised with Dr James Marshall.

Lianne models mechanisms of decison making in the insect brain.

Amelie Cabirol - cotutelle student with Université Paul Sabatier jointly supervised with Dr Jean-Marc Devaud .

Amelie is investigating how learning about the environment changes the structure of the bee brain.

Théotime Colin 

Théo studies honey bee colony development, growth and function

Masters Students

Dorian Minors - Jointly supervised with Dr Colin Klein

Dorian studies how neural systems might represent or respond to information.

Graduated Postgraduate Students

2015 - Dr Naila Even

2014 - Dr Eirik Søvik

2014 - Luen-Hsein Chang

2013 - Dr Marianne Peso

 

 

 


     

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