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    Prof. Dr. Jürgen Kriwet
    Head of EvoMoRG

    Vertebrate Palaeobiology


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    Dr. Sebastian Stumpf
    Assistant Pofessor (University Assistant)

    Evolution and diversity of hybodontiform sharks
    Dr. Cathrin Pfaff
    Head of micro-CT Lab
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    Evolutionary and functional morphology in vertebrates
    Dr. Manuel Amadori
    micro-CT Specialist
    Research Scientists

    The early evolutionary history of elasmobranch fishes
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    Postdocs
    Dr. Eduardo Villalobos Segura
    Postdoc (FWF P35357)

    Reassessment of Late Jurassic elasmobranch fishes of Europe
    Dr. John J. Cawley
    Evolutionary history of non-teleostean neopterygians
    Dr. Faviel López Romero
    Morphological disparity and evolution of cartilaginous fishes (Chondrichthyes, Elasmobranchii)
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    PhD Students
    Arnaud Begat
    PhD student
    (FWF P35357)

    Reassessment of Late Jurassic elasmobranch fishes of Europe
    Carlos De Gracia
    PhD student
    (SENACYT Panama)

    Evolutionary history of xiphioid fishes (Teleostei: Carangiformes)
    Grzegorz Gorczyński
    MSc student

    Diversity and distribution patterns of Triassic fishes
    Patrick Jambura
    PhD student
    (FWF P33820)

    Evolution and extinction risks of sharks, rays, and skates
    Claudia Klimpfinger
    PhD student

    Early ontogeny and evolutionary patterns in chondrichthyan fishes
    Manuel A. Staggl
    Praedoc-Assistant
    PhD student

    Drivers of elasmobranch diversity in deep time
    Kim Stroben
    PhD student

    Evolutionary history of squaliform sharks (Chondrichthyes, Squalomorphii)
    Julia Türtscher
    PhD student
    (FWF P33820)

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    Evolution and extinction risks of sharks, rays, and skates
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    MSc Students
    Pia Balàka
    MSc student

    Elasmobranch conservation
    Patrick Etzler
    MSc student

    Diversity patterns of Jurassic to Cretaceous dinosaurs of Europe
    Anna-Sophie Hawranek
    MSc student

    Comparative morphology of pectoral spines in Corydoradinae (Siluriformes: Callichthyidae)
    Judith Jackwerth
    MSc student

    Comparative osteology of pufferfishes (Actinopterygii, Tetraodontidae)
    Katharina Holzinger
    MSc student

    Cranial morphology of a new crocodyliform from the Late Cretaceous Gosau Fm., Austria
    Lilith Mathiaschitz
    MSc student

    Comparative morphology and histology of chondrichthyan egg cases
    Hanna Michalski
    MSc student

    Evolutionary history of mackerel sharks (Elasmobranchii, Lamniformes
    Stefan Philipp
    MSc student

    Middle Jurassic (Callovian) freshwater chondrichthyans of Kyrgyzstan
    Florian Schläffer
    MSc student

    Growth patterns and ontogeny of Late Cretaceous dinosaurs from Austria
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    BSc Students
    Ricky Victor Bichler
    BSc student

    Functional morphology in herbivorous coral fishes
    David Giritzer
    BSc student

    Jurassic marine reptiles from northern Germany
    Moritz Leonardelli
    BSc student

    Musculotendinous system in a stem-group elasmobranch fish from the Upper Jurassic of the Solnhofen Archipelago
    Hannah Kristin Lüth
    BSc student

    Communicating the Cretaceous: From Research to public outreach - The lost world of the dinosaur Struthiosaurus austrriacus
    Julia Madl
    BSc student

    Fossil record and palaeodiversity of chamaeleonids (Reptilia, Squamata)
    Florian Andreas Novak
    BSc student

    Muscular system of the extremities of the Late Cretaceous nodosaurid dinosaur, Struthiosaurus.
    Gerlinde Wilhelm
    BSc student

    South American fossil record of theropod and sauropod dionsaurs
    Lina Zimmermann
    BSc student

    Dental characters and lamniform shark (Chondrichthyes, Elasmobranchii) relationships revisited
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