Carina Siutz

Mag. Dr.

Phone: +43-1-4277-54466
Mail: carina.siutz[at]univie.ac.at

Research interests


Hibernation, Reproduction, Life history strategies, Endocrinology, Behavioural biology, Juvenile development

Curriculum vitae


Publications


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Flamand, A, Rebout, N, Bordes, C, Guinnefollau, L, Bergès, M, Ajak, F, Siutz, C, Millesi, E, Weber, C & Petit, O 2019, 'Hamsters in the city: A study on the behaviour of a population of common hamsters (Cricetus cricetus) in urban environment', PLoS ONE, vol. 14, no. 11, e0225347. doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0225347


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Conference talks


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Body condition and hibernation performance in common hamsters

Carina Siutz , Eva Millesi
26th Meeting of the International Hamsterworkgroup
Conference, Talk or oral contribution
18.10.2019 - 20.10.2019

Reproductive strategies in Common hamsters

Eva Millesi , Carina Siutz
26th Meeting of the International Hamsterworkgroup
Conference, Talk or oral contribution
18.10.2019 - 20.10.2019

Effects of external energy reserves on hibernation and reproduction

Carina Siutz , Eva Millesi
25th Meeting of the International Hamsterworkgroup
Conference, Talk or oral contribution
..2018 - ..

Effects of food store quality on hibernation performance in common hamsters

Carina Siutz , Eva Millesi
24th Meeting of the International Hamsterworkgroup
Conference, Talk or oral contribution
..2017 - ..2017

Female common hamsters adjust hibernation in relation to food hoards

Carina Siutz , Eva Millesi
8th European Conference on Behavioural Biology
Conference, Talk or oral contribution
12.7.2016 - 15.7.2016

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Conference posters


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Hoffmann, I, Siutz, C, Haberl, W & Millesi, E 2012, 'Translocation by soft release and subsequent monitoring of Common hamsters (Cricetus cricetus) in Vienna, Austria', 3rd European Congress of Conservation Biology, Glasgow, United Kingdom, 28/08/12 - 1/09/12.


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Grants and awards


2014 Award for the best talk of a junior scientist. Title: Hibernation patterns in free-ranging common hamsters. 88th Annual Meeting of the German Society for Mammalian Biology, Giessen/Germany, Sept. 1-4, 2014
2009 Forschungsstipendium (research grant), F-478, University of Vienna