Assistant with doctoral duties at Department of Ecology and Genetics, Limnology
During my PhD studies I am looking into priority effects in natural lake bacterial communities. Priority effects can have varying influence on bacterial community assembly and I am especially interested in the ecological context (bottom-up/top-down effects) as an underlying driver. Further, I am interested in the dominance of certain bacterial taxa in freshwater ecosystems and whether arrival timing and priority effects play a role for these successful monopolizers.
Keywords: limnology community assembly priority effects monopolization
Since October 2016: postgraduate studies in Microbial Ecology, Limnology group in the Department of Ecology and Genetics, Uppsala University, Uppsala, Sweden
Main supervisor: Eva Lindström
M.Sc. Ecology and Ecosystem, University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria
Master’s thesis in Lunz am See, Austria: The Role of Ecological Connectivity in Lake Bacterioplankton Communities
B.Sc. Biology with specialization in Ecology, University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria
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