Dr. Charlotte Duranton

Dr. Charlotte Duranton

Head of Ethodog, Current research in collaboration with Dr. Alexandra Horowitz, PhD in Cognitive Psychology


Research in Canine Ethology. Post-doc positions at the Barnard College, USA (started) and at Family Dog Project, Hungary (starting soon)

2013 – 2017: PhD in Cognitive Psychology, mention Ethology, Laboratory of Cognitive Psychology, CNRS, University Aix-Marseille, France.

2011 – 2013: Master in Etholgy, graduated with honors (15,0/20, rank 2), University Paris XIII – Sorbonne Cité, France.

2009 – 2010: Diploma in Human-Animal Relationships, graduated with honors (15,1/20, rank 2), University Paris V, France.

2007 – 2008: Master in Anthropology, 1st year graduated with honors (14,9/20, rank 1), University Bordeaux I

2006 – 2007: Bachelor Degree in Organisms Biology, graduated with honors (14,0/20, rank 3), University Bordeaux I


Topic 1 - Stronger Together: The importance of Synchronization in the Dog-Human Relationship
Topic 2 - Feeling good: What is welfare and how can we apply it when living with our pet dogs