WiCS Panel at CogSci21

Topic: 
Navigating the Maze: Developing Your Career in Animal Cognition
Tuesday, July 27, 2021 - 3:30pm to 5:30pm
Presenters: 
Kate Hong, Assistant Professor, Carnegie Mellon University
Katherine Cronin, Senior Animal Welfare Scientist, Lincoln Park Zoo
Cynthia Moss, Professor, Johns Hopkins University
Description: 

Aligning with the overall focus on animal cognition for the CogSci21 conference, WiCS welcomes a panel of presenters speaking from their own experience in developing successful careers studying cognition using different animal models. Below are the recordings of the presentations:

Tactile Perceptual Decision Making Whisker-Mediated Touch in Rodents
Presented by Y. Kate Hong, Carnegie Mellon University


One Arm of the Maze: A Career in Zoo Animals Welfare Science
Presented by Katherine Cronin, Lincoln Park Zoo


Research Career Path: From Studies in Humans to Echolocating Bats
Presented by Cynthia Moss, Johns Hopkins University