from 2005: Associate Professor at the Institute of Nature Conservation PAS in Krakow
2005-2004: Researcher contract at the Mammal Research Institute PAS in Bialowieza
2004: Marie Curie Fellow (Training Site) at the UFZ-Department of Ecological Modelling in Leipzig
2004, doctoral thesis, University of Seville (Spain), Faculty of Biology, animal ecology
1997-2003: PhD fellow at the Mammal Research Institute PAS in Bialowieza (Polish-Spanish cooperation program, Ministries of Foreign Affairs)
1996: research assistance at Estación Biológica de Doñana CSIC, Sevilla
1994-1995: 3-months research stay at the Mammal Research Institute PAS in Bialowieza, environmental consultant, tecnical assisstant at the Department of Ecological processes in EMASESA (Sevilla water supply company)
1993, MSc, University of Seville (Spain), Faculty of Biology, ecology
Animal ecology, conservation biology; Ecology and conservation of predators and scavengers, with a particular focus on large carnivores; Trophic ecology and interactions; Ecology of resource pulses and spatial subsidies; Stable isotope ecology; Stress ecology, conservation physiology; Roadless areas, road ecology; Conservation policies, management of large carnivores; Study species: brown bear, common raven; Study areas: Polish Carpathians, Bialowieza forest, Doñana National Park
Albrecht J., Bohle V., Berens D., Jaroszewicz B., Selva N., Farwig N. 2015. Variation in neighbourhood context shapes frugivore-mediated facilitation and competition among co-dispersed plant species. Journal of Ecology 103: 526-536.
Kati V., Hovardas A., Dieterich M., Ibisch P.L., Mihok B., Selva N. 2015. The Challenge of Implementing the European Network of Protected Areas Natura 2000. Conservation Biology 29: 260–270.
Mateo-Tomas P., Olea P.P., Moleon M., Vicente J., Botella F., Selva N., Viñuela J., Sanchez-Zapata J.A. 2015.From regional to global patterns in vertebrate scavenger communities subsidized by big game hunting. Diversity and Distributions 21: 913-924.
Project supported by a grant from the National Science Centre