He has published one scientific paper, another one is under review and two more are under preparation. He has participated (with oral presentations and posters) in several international and national conferences including the 5th congress of the International Biogeographic Society and the 12th ICZEGAR where he won the 2nd prize for the best poster presentation. Finally he has participated in several workshops and courses especially focusing in the Next Generation Sequencing techniques, a scientific field that he wants to undertake in the coming year (complete cv).
Throughout her studies she has been fascinated by different fields of Biology, like ecology, ethology and evolution and has therefore been involved in different projects, such as insect ecology, associative learning and mate choice. Her PhD focuses on the eco-physiology (thermal biology & digestion) of the Rough-tail Rock Agama lizard (Stellagama stellio) in the E. Mediterranean as well as on the phylogeography of the species and the phylogenetic relationships among its various subspecies. Thus, she has gained a lot of experience in both lab and field work.
She has participated in many national and international congresses and workshops and she recently received the “Nikos S. Margaris” award for the best PhD student presentation on the 7th Congress of the Hellenic Ecological Society. After attending the EMBO practical course on computational molecular evolution in Crete 2014, she was invited to participate as a teaching assistant in the 2015 EMBL-EBI-Welcome Trust Course on Computational Molecular Evolution, in Hinxton, Cambridge, UK.