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Check out some of our cohorts here

Since the start of the program in 2007, five cohorts have successfully graduated from EES. The newest cohort - which began in October 2014 - is our biggest yet with 19 students.

The EES program has always been a very international program, with students hailing from Bangladesh, Bolivia, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, China, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cyprus, Ecuador, France, Germany, Georgia, Greece, Guatemala, Holland, India, Indonesia, Iran, Ireland, Italy, Korea, Mexico, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Russia, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey, UK, USA and Venezuela. For more details about the Erasmus Mundus students/MEME students see www.evobio.eu.

EES events


Examples of Student's Highlights

 2015

Viktoriia Kamska, VIDEO: "3D Morphological Comparison of Ranitomeya uakarii (manufactured) & Ranitomeya variabilis (natural)", open hous day 14.11.2015 Zoologische Staatssammlung, Munich

EES Skill Course - Winter Semester 2015/2016
Islam, Hausmann, EES Skill Course - Winter Semester 2015/2016, “Analysis of the EES cohort 2015”


Publications

Tuni, C., Perdigón Ferreira, J., Fritz, Y., Munoz Meneses, A. and Gasparini, C. (2016), Impaired sperm quality, delayed mating but no costs for offspring fitness in crickets winning a fight. J. Evol. Biol., 29: 1643–1647. doi:10.1111/jeb.12888

http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/jeb.12888/abstract

Scherz et al., Zootaxa 3860 (6): 547–560 2014. "A new microhylid frog, genus Rhombophryne, from northeastern Madagascar, and a re-description of R. serratopalpebrosa using micro-computed tomography. "

Schedel, F.D.B., J.P. Friel and U.K. Schliewen, Spixiana 37(1):135-149 2014. "Haplochromis vanheusdeni, a new haplochromine cichlid species from the Great Ruaha River drainage, Rufiji basin, Tanzania."

Awards  2015

Jhoniel Perdigón Ferreira Lehre@LMU-Förderpreis, research prize 2015

Jhoniel Perdigón Ferreira wins "Lehre@LMU-Förderpreis, research prize 2015" for excellent students.
"Effects of social environment in sperm investment in Gryllus bimaculatus crickets.”

Young Researcher Prize Winners 2015

Best poster
Anna Farré Orteu

Best Master talk
Armin Scheben

Best PhD talk
Ann Kathrin Huylmans

Website: http://www.evol.bio.lmu.de/people/group_parsch/huylmans/index.html

Best Lecturer
Professor. Dr. John Parsch

Website: http://www.evol.bio.lmu.de/people/group_parsch/parsch_j/index.html

Young Researcher Prize Winners 2014

Best poster
Armin Scheben

The First Ptychanthoid Lejeuneaceae in Miocene Mexican Amber

Best Master talk
Hannah Fried-Petersen

A new fish in town: Effects of the invasive N. melanostomus on native fish and macroinvertebrate communities in the Danube River

Best PhD talk
Sidonie Bellot

Natural history, taxonomy, biogeography and genome evolution of the worldwide, but species poor endoparasite family Apodanthaceae (Cucurbitales) - with a focus on internal and horizontal gene transfer

Best Lecturer
Professor Herwig Stibor

Website: http://www.aquatic-ecology.bio.lmu.de/people/professoren/stibor/index.html


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