Graduated (Master of Animal Biology) under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Walter Salzburger (University of Basel, Switzerland), Dr. Thomas Lang and Nicolai Fricke (vTI – Institute of Fisheries Ecology, Cuxhaven, Germany)
Human activities strongly influence the marine ecosystem. An approved tool for the assessment of pollution in this ecosystem is environmental monitoring and the use of indicators of contaminant effects. One of these indicators is liver histopathology. In my master thesis I assessed the applicability of histopathological liver lesions in Baltic Sea herring (Clupea harengus) as indicators in environmental monitoring of the Baltic Sea
I am interested in the variety of life and their coherence in ecosystems. I like to travel the world in a considerate manner to get to know the peoples’ culture and explore the nature.
Born in Therwil, Switzerland
2009 - 2012
MSc in Animal Biology, University of Basel, Switzerland, in collaboration with the vTI-Institute of Fisheries Ecology, Cuxhaven, Germany supported by the European Community’s Seventh Framework Programme under grantagreement BEAST made with the joint Baltic Sea research and development programme BONUS.
Internship at the AWI-Alfred Wegener institute for polar and marine research, Bremerhaven, Germany under supervision of Dr. Katja Broeg.
2006 - 2009
BSc in Biology with Major in Plant and Animal Biology, University of Basel, Switzerland
1994 - 1998
Apprenticeship as carpenter, Schreinerei Rust AG, in Therwil