I am the head technician of the 3D visualization (CT) facility at the Museum für Naturkunde, which is run by the Müller lab. In parallel I am doing my PhD on the cranial morphology of snakes, with the main focus on venomous taxa. Previously I was a Master student in the lab, working on the comparative skull shape of dwarf snakes (Eirenis) using computed tomography and geometric morphometrics. For more infos about me, please visit my personal homepage.
Contact: kristin.mahlow (at) mfn-berlin.de