PhD student Helen Rößler

since 2018

PhD student in the research project „Hearing in Penguins“

2016 - 2018

Master of Science Biology, University of South Denmark

Topic oh the Master thesis: „Harbour seal vocalisations: behavioural and physiological studies"

2016

Scientific researcher, Large Marine Vertebrate Research, Philippines

2012 - 2016

Bachelor of Science Biology, University of Hohenheim

Topic of Bachelor thesis: „Do nest holes represent a limited resource? Nest box use by edible dormice (Glis glis)“

2014

semesters abroad, James Cook University, Australia

2007 - 2013

Physiotherapist in children's clinic

2003 - 2006

Training as physiotherapist

Bioacoustic

Anatomy and physiology of different species - Hearing organs and sound production, sound recordings in the wilderness

Antarctica Expedition

In December 2019 Helen will start a sailing expedition with Quixote Expeditions. Helen gives a brief overview of her science while onboard in December.

Hearing in Penguins

Penguins are adapted perfectly to a life at land and sea. This popular group of living beings are well known, but there are some lacks of knowledge. The "Hearing in Penguins" is almost unknown, but now scientists want to investigate in this field. This research contains the training of penguins.

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