Agnes Dellinger, PhD
Department of Botany and Biodiversity Research, University of Vienna
In my lab, reserach revolves around the ecology and evolution of plant-animal interactions, with a particular emphasis on pollination biology. My lab is part of The Department of Botany and Biodiversity Research at the University of Vienna, which hosts four Divisions with a strong focus on organismal biology and systematics. We are most closely collaborating with the Division of Structural and Functional Botany, that features reserach on structural and ultrastructural aspects of floral evolution, pollination and palynology. My students and I work both in temperate Europe as well as in the tropics, with close ties to the Tropical Field Station La Gamba in Costa Rica.
Undergraduate students: If you are interested in joining my lab as undergraduate student, please contact me for discussing potential research topics. I am excited to advise projects both in the tropics and in the European flora (e.g. Alps).
Graduate students: If you are interested in doing your PhD in my lab, please get in touch to find out about available research topics, positions and funding opportunities. I strongly encourage any student interested in developing their own project in the area of pollination biology/floral evolution to reach out to me. I am happy to support you in writing a competitive fellowship application.
ALERT: I WILL BE LOOKING FOR TWO NEW PHD STUDENTS AND MSC STUDENTS TO JOIN MY LAB IN THE COURSE OF 2024 TO WORK ON THE NEWLY FUNDED ERC PROJECT MOUNTBUZZ!
Postdocs: If you are considering working with me during your postdoc, please reach out in time to discuss potential ideas and collaborations. Acquiring funding may take a while, but I am excited to support you in writing a fellowhip application and learning from each other!