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    Dr Holly Vickery


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    I am an Animal Behaviour and Welfare scientist with a particular interest in how findings can be practically utilised by stakeholders and therefore am interested in the areas of applied research, participatory engagement, and science communication. I  graduated from the University of Bristol in 2018 with a first-class BSc in Animal Behaviour and Welfare and then completed my PhD at the University of Reading titled “The behaviour and welfare of goat kids during the milk feeding stage and weaning transition”. In 2022 I won the RSPCA/BSAS Prize for Research with Animal Impact by Scientists in Early Career (PRAISE). Currently I sit on the Early Careers Committee of the British Society of Animal Science, and am a member of the Animal Welfare Research Network.

    Academic Department: Animal Health, Behaviour and Welfare

    Research profile: ORCID


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