WiCS Panel at CogSci21

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

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