In a new study published in PNAS, Center’s Research Group Leader Yonatan Sahle (and coworkers) shows that marks on ancient fossilized bones thought to have...
Panagiotis Zodos is a visiting Erasmus trainee for Spring 2017. He completed his bachelor degree in biology at University of Crete in Greece. His scientific interests are in zoology, with an emphasis on evolutionary zoology and diversity. He has experience conducting ecological field work, as well as laboratory field work on DNA extraction and PCR. During his time at the DFG Center, he will be working with the human remains from Cuncaicha rock shelter in Peru. Firstly, he will scan these materials using both Breuckmann and medical CT scanners and subsequently he will analyze his data in order to make anatomical comparisons between high-altitude living humans and other populations.
|2012 - 2016||Bachelor of Science(BSc) in Environmental Biology and Conservation of Biological Resources Department of Biology, University of Crete, Greece|
|2009 - 2012||High School Degree 1st public High School of Aliveri, Evoia, Greece|
|2017||Erasmus traineeship at the Senckenberg Center for Human Evolution and Paleoecology, Paläoanthropologie- Eberhard-Karls-Universität Tübingen, Germany.
Project Title: ''3D scanning of skeletal remains and methods in virtual anthropology''
|2015 - 2016||Undergraduate Research Thesis at the Natural History Museum of Crete – University of Crete, Irakleio, Crete, Greece.
Project Title: ''Molecular Phylogeny and Phylogeography of Hellenolacerta graeca in south continental Greece: insights from Mitoch
|2015||Research Project at the Natural History Museum of Crete – University of Crete, Irakleio, Crete, Greece.
Project Title: ''Morphometric Analysis of Herpetofauna of Armenia''