I joined the group in October 2022. During my PhD, I will investigate niche dynamics in invasive species. I am interested in the interactions between life-history traits, environmental conditions and evolutionary history and how it shapes the geographical distribution of species.
For my PhD project, I am currently looking at large-scale patterns in the evolutionary history of niches in ants. I am interested to know if these patterns inform on the propensity for niche change in species that are introduced outside of their native range.
Office room: 3209.1
Phone: +41 21 692 4181
|2022 – Present||PhD in Cleo Bertelsmeier’s group, University of Lausanne|
|2020 – 2022||MSc in Behaviour, Evolution and Conservation, specialization in Geosciences, Ecology and Environment, University of Lausanne|
|Quantifying the massive, yet overlooked, global pet trade in invertebrates. Supervised by Cleo Bertelsmeier and Jérôme Gippet, University of Lausanne|
|The growing global pet trade in ants promotes invasive species. Supervised by Cleo Bertelsmeier and Jérôme Gippet, University of Lausanne|
|2016 – 2019||BSc in Biology, University of Lausanne|