Senior Lecturer and Associate Professor in Biology, Evolutionary Ecology unit, Lund University
Caroline is the Senior Lecturer in Biology at Lund University. Her main research interests lie in the interface between ecology, evolution, toxicology and physiology and her current research focuses on the impacts of urbanization on avian populations. Before her permanent position at Lund University, she was a post-doctoral fellow at Oxford University/UK and at the University of Groningen/the Netherlands. Her PhD-degree was awarded in 2007 at Gothenburg University/Sweden.
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