Group Members

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Carmelo Andújar

Marie Skłodowska-Curie Research Fellow (2016-2017). MCIU funded Young Investigator Fellow (2017-2020).

Carmelo’s research is focussed on the application of high throughput sequencing technologies to quantify geographical patterns of arthropod community structure. To find out more about Carmelo, click here.

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Paula Arribas Blázquez

Juan de la Cierva Research Fellow (2016-2018). H2020 Researcher within the project iBioGen (2018-2021).

Paula’s research is focussed on the application of high throughput sequencing technologies to quantify geographical patterns of arthropod community structure. To find out more about Paula, click here.

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Yurena Arjona

MCIU funded Postoctoral Researcher (2019-2020).

Yurena’s project applies classical and novel genetic techniques generate and understand spatial biodiversity data. To find out more about Yurena’s research, click here.

Víctor Noguerales

Juan de la Cierva Research Fellow (2020-2022).

Víctor’s research is focussed on the interplay between evolution and ecology at different spatiotemporal and evolutionary scales. To find out more about Victor’s research, click here.

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Víctor García Olivares

FPI funded PhD student (2015-2019).

Víctor’s PhD thesis investigates the evolution of one of the most spectacular species radiations in Macaronesia – the weevil genus Laparocerus.

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Antonia Salces Castellano

FPU funded PhD student (2015-2019).

Antonia’s PhD thesis combines ecological sampling and DNA sequencing for the analysis and understanding of spatial patterns of variation among insular forest arthropod communities.

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Antonio Pérez Delgado

Self funded PhD student (part time 2015-).

Antonio’s PhD thesis focuses on the community ecology of Coleoptera (beetles) in insular forest environments, and the factors that variation in their community structure.

Daniel Suárez Ramos

MSc student (2018). FPI funded PhD student (2019-2023).

Dani's PhD thesis uses spider species to quantify and understand spatial patterns of similarity, from below the species to community level, using a range of genetic techniques.

Eduardo Jiménez García

MSc student (2019). FPU funded PhD student (2019-2023).

Eduardo's PhD thesis uses beetle species to quantify and understand spatial patterns of similarity, from below the species to community level, using a range of genetic techniques.