PI, Assistant Professor
Ph. D. Umeå University, Sweden
M. Sc. University of Aberdeen, UK
Martin is a VR funded Junior Research Fellow (2017-) with a broad interest in life history evolution, especially the adaptation to environmental heterogeneity, plasticity, epigenetic inheritance and the evolution of ageing.
Ph.D. University of Helsinki, Finland
M. Sc. University of Padova, Italy
B. Sc. University of Padova, Italy
Elena joined the lab in the spring of 2018, to study the evolution of inheritance system using experimental evolution in C. remanei, as well as life-history consequences of early environmental stress. Previously, Elena worked on the ecological factors shaping life-history traits in the Glanville fritillary butterfly, with emphasis on ecological immunology. Her former study questions focused on life-history trade-offs by means of phenotypic plasticity, and she will be addressing similar questions on an evolutionary scale.
Ph. D. student
M. Sc. Masyrak University, Czech Republic
B. Sc. Masyrak University, Czech Republic
Zuzana started her Ph. D. position in spring 2017, and is investigating the evolution of inheritance system using experimental evolution in C. remanei, as well as life history evolution and trade-offs.
Manon is doing a 12 weeks research project in the lab, where she investigates adaptation to heterogeneous environments using experimental evolution lines of C. remanei. The internship in our lab is part of her studies at École Nationale Supérieure d’Agronomie de Toulouse (ENSAT – the National School of Agriculture and Engineering of Toulouse).
Former lab members
M. Sc. Uppsala University, Sweden
B. Sc. Uppsala University, Sweden
Hanne did a Master project in 2017, studying the role of parental age effects for lifespan and ageing by experimental evolution in C. elegans. The project was a collaboration between our lab and the Maklakov lab.
Hanne has now taken up a position as Research Associate at the University of East Anglia, UK.
Project student (M. Sc.)
B. Tech. VIT University, India
Sanjana was taking an Erasmus Mundus International Master (IMIM) in Innovative Medicine, and performed two projects in the lab during 2017, where she investigated fitness consequences of lifespan extension by combining life-history assays with manipulations of target genetic pathways in C. elegans. The project was a collaboration between our lab and the Maklakov lab.
Sanjana is now doing a Ph.D. at the University of Edinburgh, UK.