My research focused on the ecophysiological traits underlying invasion mechanisms in Centaurea stoebe. Previous studies showed a distinct niche shift of C.stoebe towards drier and warmer conditions in North America. My thesis included both grennhouse and field experiments.
|Master studies (2011)||Master of Science in Biology: Ecophysiological traits underlying invasion success in Centaurea stoebe|
|Bachelor studies:|| Bachelor in Biology : Does female Reed bunting (Emberiza
schoeniclus) increase offspring heterozygosity through extra-pair
|Professional experience|| Internship at the University of Fribourg in ecology