Johannes Müller (Prof.)


Faysal Bibi (Asst. Prof.)

Type series:

Juan L. Cantalapiedra (Postdoc)

Kristin Mahlow (CT lab)

Sara Varela (Postdoc)

Catalina Pimiento (Postdoc)


Sebastian Kirchhof (PhD student)

Martin Kirchner (PhD student)

Yikun Li (visiitng PhD student)

Khalaf Salih (PhD student)

Josh Tyler (PhD student)

Till Ramm (M.Sc. student, working on the phylogenetic structure of sub-Saharan reptile communities)

Natascha Westphal (former M.Sc. student, now preparing for a PhD project on lizard postcranial muscle morphology using soft-tissue staining and CT)

Mirjam Dubke (former M.Sc. student, now preparing for a PhD project on scincid lizards)

Julia Joos (M.Sc. student, working on body size evolution in tortoises)

Sonja Rothkugel (former B.Sc. student and current bioinformatics intern)

Katja Hübner (B.Sc. student, working on the phylogenetic structure of Quaternary reptile communities)

Susan Stephan (B.Sc. student, working on the comparative morphology of elapid venom fangs)

Referred Specimens:

Gabriela Sobral (former PhD student, now associate professor of vertebrate zoology at the Federal University of Santa Catarina, Florianópolis, Brazil)

Christy Hipsley (former Postdoc, now at the University of Melbourne)

Linda Tsuji (former PhD student, now at the Royal Ontario Museum Toronto)

Constanze Bickelmann (former PhD student, now postdoc (“Eigene Stelle”) at Museum für Naturkunde Berlin)

Andrej Čerňanský (former postdoc, now at the University of Bratislava, Slovakia)

Martin Brazeau (former Postdoc, now at Imperial College London)

Erin Maxwell (former Postdoc, now at the Museum Stuttgart)

Anne Kronauer (Bachelor Thesis on the braincase of Kentrosaurus)

Torsten Liebrecht (former Diploma student, studying Permian captorhinids)

Marc-Nicolas Rentinck (Bachelor Thesis on phenotypic variation in the skeleton of the West African amphisbaenian Cynisca)

Atilim Siegmund (Diploma thesis on a fossil snake from the Pleistocene of South Africa)

Helena Franke (former Diploma student, studying cranial ossification in Humpback whale embryos)