Bye Fellow in Zoology
Since Dame Barbara Stocking became President, I have seen Murray Edwards become a leader for facilitating change regarding women in science. I am excited to join this effort and create change in the Zoology Department, the University and beyond.
2012 PhD in Experimental Psychology at Murray Edwards College, University of Cambridge
2004 BS in Biology, The Evergreen State College, Washington, USA
2002 AA in Biology and Drama, Skagit Valley College, Washington, USA
Selected Awards and Prizes
2015-2018 Leverhulme Early Career Researcher, Department of Zoology, University of Cambridge
2012-2015 Junior Research Fellowship, SAGE Center for the Study of the Mind, University of California Santa Barbara
2016 Learning & Behavior Best Article Award
2011 Best Talk, Murray Edwards College Graduate Symposium
2009 Science Writing Prize, Association for the Study of Animal Behaviour & New Scientist
I investigate what behavioural flexibility is and whether it is responsible for invasion success in an urban bird species, the great-tailed grackle. I also examine why brain size varies in the wild, using 1,300+ red deer from a long-term study in Scotland.
It is great being back at Murray Edwards College where I can walk on the grass and enjoy the gorgeous gardens. I participate in the She Talks Science blog, the Aiming High Conference, and the Online Mentoring Network. Interacting with the next generation of women in science is so inspiring!
View a complete list of publications at http://corinalogan.com/publications.html