Konrad Lorenz Institute of Ethology
Department of Interdisciplinary Life Sciences
University of Veterinary Medicine, Vienna
E-Mail an Gwen Wirobski
For my PhD in the field of behavioural endocrinology and human-animal interactions I am investigating the role of oxytocin during the domestication process. My model species are wolves, dogs, and humans. My background is in veterinary medicine and I have broad interests in behavioral biology, comparative cognition, ethology, and physiology. I am very interested in integrating different methodological approaches (behavioural, physiological) in my research.
PhD student at the Wolf Science Center Vienna, working on the role of oxytocin in dog domestication
Diploma of Veterinary Medicine (Mag.med.vet.) at the University of Veterinary Medicine Vienna, focus on conservation medicine
- International Society for Wildlife Endocrinology (ISWE)