Anna Olsson is a researcher in animal welfare and animal research ethics at the Institute for Molecular and Cell Biology, Porto, Portugal. She was trained as an animal scientist and did her PhD in ethology (both at Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences). Anna Olsson is the ANIMPACT coordinator and leads WP3 (ethical issues).
Sandra Silva has an MSc in Clinical and Health Psychology and previously worked as research assistant in a science and society research project; currently, she is working at IBMC as research assistant in WP3 and WP6 of the ANIMPACT project.
With a BSc in Biology and a PhD in Experimental Psychology, Catarina Castro is currently doing a Post-doc on research animal ethics at IBMC. She collaborates in WP3, WP4 and WP6 of the ANIMPACT project.
Orsolya Varga is a senior lecturer in the Department of Preventive Medicine at the Faculty of Public Health, University of Debrecen, Hungary. She obtained degrees in medicine and law, and did her PhD in health sciences (University of Debrecen). Her main research interest is in cost-benefit analysis, particularly in relation to animal research.