It´s hard to believe but after 6 years in the lab, Natascha is up for new endeavours in the Pfalz. Good luck with the new house and job!
Madeline! Congratulations! Well done, Dr. Bucher.
Killer hat, killer food. Please note Madeline´s speciality: “half-eaten cakes…”
Iliona Wolfowicz is the first graduated PhD student from the Guse lab. Iliona defended her thesis last week at University of Porto “with distinction”. Congratulations Dr. Wolfowicz! We are looking forward for you to come back to Heidelberg to celebrate your big success.
We are very happy to announce that Victor was awarded an EMBO long term fellowship. The fellowship will support his postdoctoral work over the next two years. Congratulations!
We are happy to welcome Victor Jones as a new Postdoc to the lab. Victor finished his PhD at Oxford University working on the evolution of rooting cells in land plants using the emerging model plant, the liverwort Marchantia polymorpha.
We are happy to have Diana as a new lab member. Diana joined the team to help to make our anemone care more efficient and professional. The anemones love her and so do we. In addition, we have Desiree back and Sebastian Baumgarten for a short term visit. It´s starting to get cosy in lab:-)
Sebastian Baumgarten from the Voolstra lab at KAUST has arrived to spend some weeks with us in the lab. It´s going to be great science and lots of fun:-)
Philipp joins the Guse lab to start his PhD as a member the new Graduate Research Training Group: Evolutionary Novelty & Adaptation – from Molecules to Organisms. This Graduate Training Group is funded by the Baden-Württemberg Landesgraduiertenförderung and unites nine diverse research groups at Heidelberg University and Karlsruhe Institute of Science and Technology (KIT) with a common interest in evolutionary, developmental and cell biology as well as ecology. Together with Philipp, eight new PhD students will start their PhD projects in 2015 within this program.