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Ozy does research about ways to ameliorate wild-animal suffering. They graduated from New College of Florida with a degree in sociology and gender studies.
Persis conducts literature research in welfare biology focused on identifying ways to reduce wild-animal suffering. Previously she conducted qualitative research and analysis in social justice policy and advocacy in the not-for-profit and public sector. Persis holds degrees in law and philosophy from University of New South Wales and is currently pursuing a Masters of Economics at Australian National University.
Catia is a Postdoctoral Researcher at the Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology and a board member of the UPF Centre for Animal Ethics. She received a PhD from Pompeu Fabra University (Barcelona), with a thesis on the problem of wild animal suffering and intervention in nature. She has co-edited a journal volume on WAS, published papers and blogs extensively on the topic. She is a member of Animal Ethics.
Oscar is a member of Animal Ethics and a Professor of Philosophy at the University of Santiago de Compostela. Previously he worked as a researcher in the Spanish Foundation for Science and Technology, and carried out his postdoctoral research at Rutgers University. He has many publications about speciesism and the situation of animals living in the wild.
Peter works as a data scientist at DataRobot, a start-up that offers a machine learning automation platform for data scientists of all skill levels to build and deploy accurate predictive models in a fraction of the time. When not working at DataRobot, Peter works on a variety of global priorities research at Charity Science Health.
Dominik is a PhD student in Computer Science at the University of Oxford, conducting research in algorithmic game theory and computational social choice. He is co-president of an EA Oxford student group exploring ways to reduce the suffering of sentient beings, including farm and wild animals.
Brian writes about ethics, animal advocacy, and far-future scenarios from a suffering-focused perspective on the website Essays on Reducing Suffering. He cofounded and advises the Foundational Research Institute, a think tank that explores crucial considerations for reducing suffering in the long-run future. Previously, Brian worked at Microsoft and FlyHomes as a data scientist. He studied computer science, mathematics, and statistics at Swarthmore College.