Prof. Dr. Redouan Bshary

since October 2004 professor of behavioral ecology at the University of Neuchâtel. He has conducted various researches on the behavior of the cleaner fish in recent years.

His stations:

2003-2004   Professor of behavioral ecology at the School of Biological Sciences at the University of Liverpool
2002-2003   Research project between the MPIV Seewiesen and the Cambridge Department Zoology
on game theoretical modeling, cleaning symbiosis and cooperative hunting between groupers and eels (DFG funding)
2000-2002   Marie Curie Fellowship
Collaboration with Dr. Rufus Johnstone from Cambridge,
Great Britain, the continuation of the work on cleaning symbiosis
1997-2000   Start of own project
funded by the German Research Project for cleaning symbiosis (DFG funding). At Ras Mohammed National Park, Egypt and Iceland to Lizard, Australia
  Studies at the MPIV Seewiesen.
Studies on tree monkey in the Tai National Park, Ivory Coast.
The two main topics were:
Learning in predator-prey arms race and
Communication between prey and predator

1992-1995 PhD at the MPIV Seewiesen
Advantages of mixed styles
Associations of tree monkeys in the Tai National Park, Ivory Coast
Supervisor: Dr. Wolfgang Winder and Prof. Dr. Gerhard Neuweiler
 2002 Award “Nico Tinbergen” of the ethological society. (Corresponds to the ASAB
Young Scientist Award)

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