Short CV/Education and training

  • 1997
    M.Sc. Zoology, Ecology, Aarhus University

  • 1999
    Ph.D. Evolutionary Ecology, Aarhus University

  • 1999 – 2000
    Research Fellow, Department of Zoology, Aarhus University

  • 2000 – 2001
    Post doc, Mitrani Department of Desert Ecology, Ben Gurion University, Israel

  • 2002 – 2004
    Steno Research Fellow, Danish Research Council, Aarhus University

  • 2005 – 2006
    Carlsberg Foundation Research Fellow, Ecology & Genetics, Aarhus University

  • 2007 – 2008
    Marie Curie Fellow, Evolutionary Biology Centre, University of Uppsala

  • 2008
    Associate Professor of Evolutionary Ecology, Aarhus University

  • Current Position Professor of Evolutionary Ecology, Dpt. Bioscience, Aarhus University

Selected publications

Selected projects

  • Eco-genomics of inbreeding ERC Starting Grant

Membership in scientific bodies/juries

  • European Society of Evolutionary Biology

Soft Skills/Other activities and achievements

Soft Skills

  • Two daughters


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