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Anna Solveig Rademann

Working group ruminants and human-animal relationship

Tzt. Anna Solveig Rademann

Curriculum vitae

2017-2023 Studies of Veterinary Medicine, University of Veterinary Medicine Hanover
2020-2021 Further education as a personal life coach with a focus on stress management Since 2021: Personal Life Coach for veterinarians
Since 2021 Further training and education in coaching
Since 2023 PhD candidate in the project “COwLEARNING for sustainable beef and dairy supply”, University of Veterinary Medicine Vienna

I (Anna S. Rademann, neé Friedrich) studied veterinary medicine in Hanover, Germany, and started at Vetmeduni as a doctoral student in the transdisciplinary project “COwLEARNING for sustainable beef and dairy supply” under the supervision of Prof. Susanne Waiblinger in 2023. Within the project, we assess the welfare of cattle (cows, calves, heifers, and bulls) in innovative dairy and fattening systems across Austria and compare it to the welfare of animals from established management and housing systems. Moreover, animal welfare will be integrated as an additional dimension of sustainability besides the social, economic, and ecological one.

Within the field of animal welfare, my main research interests lie in t he context of human-animal relationship and One Welfare. In addition to my veterinary studies, I completed several coaching educations and have been working as a personal life coach for veterinarians and giving workshops and talks on (veterinary) mental health since 2021. Moreover, I aim to start a residency at the European College of Animal Welfare and Behavioural Medicine (ECAWBM) with the specialty Animal Welfare Science, Ethics and Law (AWSEL) in mid-2024.

The knowledge and experiences from these activities perfectly  complement  my  research  activities  and  I  am  looking  forward  to conversations and collaborations!