Population Genetics of Social Insects

 

 

Cover story in MBE February Issue!

Welcome to our research group!

We are using social insect species (including honey-, bumble- and stingless bees) as model to elucidate the molecular basis of evolutionary innovations. These species have evolved several unique biological characteristics and interact with a variety of abiotic and biotic environmental factors. We are interested in the natural variation and the evolutionary processes which provide the basis of modified gene function and phenotypic differentiation.

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Contact

Currently, we are moving to 

University Hohenheim, 

Institute of Animal Husbandry and Animal Breeding

 Chair of Livestock Population Genomics

Prof. Dr. Martin Hasselmann

martin.hasselmann@uni-hohenheim.de

Tel. ++49- 711 459 22481 (Office), ++49 711 459 23581 (Secretary)

 

 

Secretary

Eva Siegmund
Institut für Genetik
Universität zu Köln
Zülpicher Str. 47a
50674 Köln


Tel.: ++49 221 470-5661
Fax: ++49 221 470-3402
e.siegmund(at)uni-koeln.de