Emily obtained her5 year diploma in Biological Applications & Technologies from the University of Ioannina in Greece where she specialized in Ecology & Evolution.
She obtained her 5 year diploma in Biological Applications & Technologies from the University of Ioannina in Greece where she specialized in Ecology & Evolution.
Throughout her studies she was a volunteer at ARCHELON, the Sea Turtle Protection Society of Greece and helped in monitoring and safeguarding beaches as well as in public awareness.
During her 5th year, she conducted her thesis at the University of Liege in Belgium and studied the feeding habits of metamorphic and paedomorphic palmate newts. After her studies she did an internship at Naturalis Biodiversity Centre where she studied the feeding habits of sympatric marbled and crested newts using molecular techniques. Finally, she followed another internship at the Institute of Biology Leiden to study the gene expression of bitterling embryos.
- Lab management
- Technical support in lab and field work
- Student supervision
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