A Collaborative & Diverse Group
Giuliana Miguel-Pacheco is a veterinarian with a MSc in Applied Animal Behaviour and Welfare from the University of Edinburgh, and a PhD in Veterinary Medicine and Science from the University of Nottingham. Giuliana has been working in cattle behaviour and welfare research for the last 6 years and as an independent farm animal welfare consultant for international food companies and international animal welfare NGOs since 2016. She joined us in 2018 and is providing her expertise on animal behaviour and welfare on various projects.
Post Doctoral Research Fellow
With 25 years in agricultural and industrial communications and a background in practical farming, Amy just embarked on a PhD in 2017 studying consumer perceptions and cultural values around the housing, management and wellbeing of dairy cows.
Charlie is a graduated vet and started his 4 year PhD funded by BBSRC in 2018. He is working on range of sensor data to predict various behavioural and health outcomes in cattle.