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Hire Dr. Lauren Dawson
Canada
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Animal Behaviour & Welfare Scientist

Profile Summary
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Work Experience

Postdoctoral researcher

University of Guelph

March 2019 - Present

Education

Doctor of Philosophy (Population Medicine)

University of Guelph

September 2011 - June 2016

Master of Science (Animal and Poultry Science)

University of Guelph

September 2010 - August 2011

Bachelor of Science (Biology)

McGill University

September 2007 - April 2010

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Publications
JOURNAL ARTICLE
Dawson, L.C., Dewey, C.E., Stone, E.A., Guerin, M.T., Niel, L.(2018). Evaluation of a canine and feline behavioural welfare assessment tool for use in companion animal veterinary practice . Applied Animal Behaviour Science. 201. p. 67-76.
Dawson, L.C., Dewey, C.E., Stone, E.A., Mosley, C.I., Guerin, M.T., Niel, L.(2017). Evaluation of a welfare assessment tool to examine practices for preventing, recognizing, and managing pain at companion-animal veterinary clinics . Canadian Journal of Veterinary Research. 81. (4). p. 270-279.
Buob, M., Meagher, R., Dawson, L., Palme, R., Haley, D., Mason, G.(2013). Providing 'get-away bunks' and other enrichments to primiparous adult female mink improves their reproductive productivity . Applied Animal Behaviour Science. 147. (1-2). p. 194-204.
Dawson, L., Buob, M., Haley, D., Miller, S., Stryker, J., Quinton, M., Mason, G.(2013). Providing elevated 'getaway bunks' to nursing mink dams improves their health and welfare . Applied Animal Behaviour Science. 147. (1-2). p. 224-234.