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Former EES Students

See some of our former EES Students

Name

Graduated

Why EES?

Email

Current

Mrs. Flor Ines Arias Sanchez

(Mexico)

2013

Excellent program in Evolutionary Biology

flor.arias@env.ethz.ch

PhD in Experimental Microbial Evolution at ETH Zurich

Arash Askary

(Canada)

2014

Fantastic research environment, incredibly attentive and hospitable faculty, and an all-round wonderful city to live in

arash.askary@gmail.com

PhD at University of McGill Toronto, Canada

study the evolution of Anolis lizards in the Bahama islands

Gökçe Ayan

(Turkey)

2013

high level of research and training in an international environment

gokceayan@gmail.com

PhD at Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Biology, Plön Germany

Vladimir Bajić

(Serbia)

2015

Great research opportunities and awesome city to live in! Very broad range of courses offered and lots of possibilities to choose your favorite topic and focus on it.

vladimir.bajic@evobio.eu

PhD student at the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology (Department of Evolutionary Genetics)

Paulina Bolivar Balbas

(Mexico)

2013

The international environment and that Munich is a great city to live in!

PhD student at Uppsala University

Greta Carrette Vega

(Spain)

2013

Within the MEME programme I wanted to discover the German university system. On top of that EES has connexions with many research centres in Munich.

greta.cvega@evobio.eu

I am finishing a master dedicated to GIS in Madrid (Spain), next I am starting a PhD on alien species in terrestrial ecosystems of the Antarctic at Rey Juan Carlos University (Madrid)

Angelica Cuevas

(Colombia)

 

2013

It's a great program, high level of education and lot's of hands-on experience in research

angelica.cuevas@evobio.eu

not specified

Jennifer Dietel

(Germany)

 

2013

the EES was a great experience and I learned a lot!

transfer2vje@arcor.de

PhD in Pollination Ecology and Plant Systematics at the University of Ulm

Hannah Fried-Petersen

(United States)

2014

Good colllaboration opportunities in the area. Flexibility in area of interest after the first year. I appreciated the lab rotations which meant that I graduated with varied research experiences.

hannahfriedpetersen@

gmail.com

PhD position at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences in applied aquatic ecology

Aleksandre Gogaladze

(Georgia)

2013

Extensive research, internationalism, ideal study environment

aaleksandre@yahoo.com

Currently I am working on biodiversity monitoring at the Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources Protection of Georgia

Annamarie Hoenig

(United States)

2010

not specified

Hoenig.anna@gmail.com

USA. Wetland scientist

Rob Morrison

(United States)
 

2009

Wonderful location, great cohort (some of my best friends still), great breadth of topics, nice facilites

william.morrison@

ars.usda.gov

Post-doctoral Researcher at the USDA Agricultural Research Service in the USA

Adun Samathi

(Thailand)

2014

not specified

asamathi@gmail.com

PhD Student in Paleontology and Evolutionary Biology, University of Bonn, Germany

Mark Scherz

(Germany)

2013

not specified

PhD Candidate: Evolution and Systematics of Madagascar's Herpetofauna ZSM & Ludwig-Maximilians Universität, Munich

Sara Troxell

(United States)

2012

not specified

troxell34@gmail.com

PhD student at Leibniz Institute for Zoo and Wildlife Research in Berlin, Germany

Meike Wittmann

(Germany)

2010

Studying together with people from all over the world.

meikew@stanford.edu

I am a postdoc in Ecology and Evolution at Stanford University, USA

Francisco Velásquez

(Colombia)

2011

Flexibility of the program, good research quality, excellent scientists, and great international atmosphere

Research assistant in Colombia. Evolution of palms and their biogeographic history in the Neotropics. In collaboration with the Gothenburg University from Sweden

Jeffrey Zielich

(Germany)

2014

LMU reputation and soft skill courses

jeffrey_zielich@hotmail.de

PhD with PD Dr. Eric Lambie at the LMU Cell and Developmental Biology