PostDoc in the group of Prof. Walter Salzburger
My research aims to use genome-wide information to infer the timelines of diversification processes to enable insights into the phylogeography of rapidly speciating clades as well as the underlying processes promoting their diversification. This work involves the development of methods for the identification of orthologous sequence markers, and of new approaches for divergence-time estimation with genomic data that account for processes such as incomplete lineage sorting and introgression.
|2017 ongoing ||Postdoctoral fellow at the Zoological Institute, Department of Environmental Sciences. University of Basel, Switzerland|
|2013 - 2017||Researcher at the Centre for Ecological and Evolutionary Synthesis, Department of Biosciences. University of Oslo, Norway|
|2012 - 2013||Swiss National Science Foundation postdoctoral fellow. Allan Wilson Centre, New Zealand|
|2008 - 2011||PhD thesis with Prof. Walter Salzburger, Zoological Institute, Department of Environmental Sciences. Title: 'Population genetic and phylogenetic insights into the adaptive radiation of Antarctic notothenioid fishes'. University of Basel, Switzerland|
|2002 - 2008|| |
Diploma studies of Biological Sciences. Thesis title: 'Adaptive radiation in an extreme environment: Population genetics of Antarctic notothenioids'. Universtiy of Konstanz, Germany