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Dr Joanna Bagniewska is a zoologist specializing in behavioural ecology and invasive species research. She obtained her MSc and doctorate from Oxford University’s Zoology Department. She has worked on a number of species, ranging from wombats and wallabies to mole-rats and jackals.
Joanna is passionate about science communication, having won British Council’s FameLab Poland and the Wellcome-funded “I’m a Scientist, get me out of here!”, given a TEDx talk, organized popular science conferences and even performed at science stand-up comedy events. She has collaborated with the Discovery Channel, Focus Magazine and a number of newspapers. She currently splits her time between working as a Teaching Fellow at the School of Biological Sciences, University of Reading, and doing communications and public engagement for Oxford University’s Paediatrics Department.
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