Nolwenn is an early career postdoc researcher working under the supervision of Prof. Andras Liker in the University of Pannonia (Veszprém, Hungary). Her previous work includes a PhD in Antwerp (Belgium) where she focused on the evolution of intra-family interactions in canaries and blue tits and a master thesis studying behavioural syndromes of blue tits in Finland.

Now she works on understanding the demographic drivers of sex-role reversal and skewed sex ratio in a fascinating polyandrous and sex-role reversed shorebird: the pheasant-tailed Jacana in Taiwan. Her project combines field work (including behavioural observation, population monitoring and some morphological measurement), sex ratio analysis and comparative analysis.