I have a background in archaeology and a specialisation on human osteology, palaeopathology and the archaeological sciences. My research interests include the interaction of people with their environments in the past through dietary and mobility patterns as well as through biological and social impacts of diseases. I obtained my PhD Degree in 2021 at Aarhus University, Denmark. My PhD project, which merged physical anthropology with traditional and biomolecular archaeology, explored dietary, mobility and physiological patterns of medieval Danish leprosy patients through a multi-methodological approach (bulk δ13C and δ15N, amino acid δ13C, δ34S, 14C, 87Sr/86Sr, SXRF and LA-ICP-TOFMS). As of February 2022, I am a Postdoc researcher affiliated with the FELIX project. My work aims to reconstruct the dietary patterns of wild and domestic cats and to investigate whether and to what extent these patterns were influenced by feline-human interactions across time and space.