I graduated from a Bachelor of Psychology in Aix-Marseille University in 2019, specialising in cognitive sciences and neuropsychology. I continued my academic career by graduating in 2021 in a Master's degree of "Human and Animal Behaviour" in University of Rennes 1 (France). I completed my Master's dissertation on Contagion of Emotions in Goats and Recognition of their Mother's Voice in Goat kids.
Currently, I am pursuing my Doctoral studies at Jockey Club College of Veterinary Medicine and Life Sciences, City University of Hong Kong. I am investigating the health of the unique Hong Kong feral cattle.
I investigate the welfare of animals living in close relation to Humans, such as livestock and wild mammals in urban environments. I am also interested in cognitive abilities of such animals, with an emphasis on the impact of emotional context on cognitive performances. In relation to my background, I also have a particular interest in human-animal relationship and the perception of animal depending on context, notably in the context of feral animals.