Has been part of 4 CREAF projects Projects involved in EcoEvoChange Eco-Evolutionary Responses of Animals to Global Change Avotrex Ecological consequences of bird extinctions View projects Research groups this member belongs to BEEMed Biodiversity and Evolution in Mediterranean Ecosystems Related linksSol Lab Group Ferran Sayol google sites firstname.lastname@example.orgOffice: CM7/1researchergate profile twitter profile orcid profile I am a Beatriu de Pinós Postdoctoral fellow. My research aims to understand the role of behaviour in the generation and maintenance of biodiversity. I often use a macroevolutionary approach, mainly using birds as a study model and combining global datasets with information from the literature and natural history collections.I obtained a PhD in Terrestrial Ecology at the Autonomous University of Barcelona (2018), focusing my thesis on the evolution of brain size in birds. Then, conducted a postdoc at the University de Göteborg (2018-2020), where I developed a project on global patterns of bird extinctions, aiming to understand how trait distributions are affected by non-random extinctions. After that, I obtained a Marie-Curie Postdoctoral fellowship and moved to University College London (2020-2022), focusing my project on the evolution of ecological roles in birds.Besides, I am one of the coordinators of the Wildcat project, which maintains a network of camera trapping sites for the long-term monitoring of the wildcat (Felis silvestris) and other mesocarnivores. This project is a close collaboration between the Institució Catalana d’Història Natural (ICHN), Barcelona Zoo Foundation and Generalitat de Catalunya.