I am an organismal biologist whose primary research interests lie in animal behavioral and evolutionary ecology. I was born and raised in France, and moved to the US in 2000 to do a Master in Ecology at the University of Georgia. After completion of my Master’s degree, I went to the University of Nevada, Las Vegas to do a Ph.D. in Biology, which I obtained in 2010. In September 2012, I moved to South Africa to do a postdoc at the University of Witwatersrand in Johannesburg for 5 years. I recently moved to India to start a project on Russell’s viper in collaboration with Humane Society International/India and The Gerry Martin Project.  Over the years, my research has mainly revolved around animal foraging, reproduction, and defense, and has largely focused on reptilian systems. Email: glaudasx@gmail.com