Dr Aurelie Manin

Research Profile

After her PhD at the National Museum of Natural History of Paris (France) on the use of animals in central Mexico, Aurelie has been a postdoctoral researcher at the University of York for three years, first as a Fyssen Foundation fellow and then as a Marie Curie Research Fellow, investigating changing patterns of animal husbandry, especially through the study of the turkey and its travel from America to Europe. She is currently a postdoctoral researcher on the NERC-funded project entitled “The consequences of gene flow between wild and domestic populations during livestock evolution”.