Joanna earned her PhD in 2007 investigating the patterns of age, longevity and life-history trade-offs in the Collared Flycatcher while studying at the Animal Ecology Department of Uppsala University.
Joanna continued to study life-history traits in relation to individual's age in Siberian Jay populations as a postdoctoral fellow in the Population Biology and Conservation Biology Department of Uppsala University. During this period she also contributed to several smaller projects in both Departments.
Throughout her research period Joanna has been extensively involved in the management of several projects' databases and decided to change her career path towards data management and analyses.
Joanna joined Interbull at the beginning of 2015.
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