Qvarnström lab: alumni

Postdocs

Päivi Sirkiä, postdoc  on environmental heterogeneity and carácter displacement. She is now research coordinator in monitoring team at the Finnish Museum of Natural History, University of Helsinki, Finland.
https://tuhat.helsinki.fi/portal/en/persons/paivi-sirkia(76bd1376-246f-48fe-8c38-169170780ee2).html
Aril Husby, postdoc 2010-2012 on genetics in Ficedula flycatchers. He then got a position as assistant professor at Helsinki University. Now he is an associate senior lecturer at IEG, evolutionary biology at Uppsala University, Sweden.
https://katalog.uu.se/profile/?id=N10-121
Matt Robinson, postdoc 2009 on genetics in Ficedula flycatchers. He then received a fellowship in England at Sheffield University before moving on to Queensland Brain Institute, Australia. He is now a Tenure-Track Assistant Professor at Lausanne University, Switzerland.
http://wp.unil.ch/ctgg/matt/
Richard Bailey, postdoc 2008-2010 on genetics of speciation in Drosophila. He then got a postdoc at Saetre’s lab, Oslo and is currently a post doc at Charles University, Czech Republic.
https://web.natur.cuni.cz/zoologie/biodiversity/index.php?page=bailey
Amber Rice, postdoc 2008-2010 on genetics of speciation in the flycatcher project, now assistant professor at Leigh University, US.
https://www.lehigh.edu/~inbios/Faculty/Rice.html

PhD's

Murielle Ålund, PhD degree 2017 on gamete evolution and speciation. She got a postdoc position in the Boughman lab at Michigan State University, US. 
https://muriellealund.wordpress.com/

Eryn McFarlane, PhD degree 2017 on speciation and metabolic rate. She got a VR funded postdoc at University of Edinburgh, UK and Lund University, Sweden.
https://serynmcfarlane.wordpress.com/

Katarzyna Kulma, PhD degree 2013 on malaria in flycatchers, now works as an analyst in London, England.

Andreas Rudh, PhD degree 2012 on population divergence in Strawberry poison frogs, now works as research engineer at the Swedish University of Agricultural Science, Sweden.

Niclas Vallin, PhD degree 2011 on speciation in Ficedula flycatchers, now works at the Environmental Services, Sweden.

Chris Wiley, PhD degree 2006 on speciation in Ficedula flycatchers. He then got a postdoc in the Shaw lab at Cornell Unuversity, US.

Nina Svedin, PhD degree 2006 on speciation in Ficedula flycatchers. She got a VR funded postdoc at the Macquarie University, Australia. She is now research development officer at Australian National University, Australia.
https://services.anu.edu.au/business-units/dr-nina-svedin