|September 2018, Extraembryonic Meeting conference dinner at the Oxford Natural History Museum, |
left to right: Matthias, Triceratops horridus, Kristen, Fabian (not shown: Barbora)
How to find usOur full contact addresses are:
In Cologne, we are located on the third floor of the Biocenter Building. As the building's main entrance does not directly face the street, you may find the annotated map (pdf), including public transport links, helpful.
In Warwick, we are up the hill from the main campus on the Gibbet Hill Campus, with our primary lab and office space in the D Block building.
Interested in joining us?Prospective students at all levels and postdocs are encouraged to get in touch at any time to discuss potential projects, now based in our new lab at the University of Warwick, UK. In particular, Ph.D. projects are available through a number of local doctoral training programs at Warwick with periodic application deadlines.
Please contact Kristen by e-mail and include: an outline of your research interests as they would fit with our work, starting date availability, your CV, and contact details for at least two references. Note that the working language of the lab is English.
Previous Lab Photos
|August 2017, getting ready to climb in the trees at our annual "Betriebsausflug" with the Roths, |
left to right: Stefan, Kristen, Matthias, Danka, Fabian, Barbora
|August 2016, left to right: Jan, Stefan, Waldemar, Kristen, Maarten, Thorsten, Iris, Danka|
|Sunny October 2015, left to right: Thorsten, Jan, Maarten, Kristen, Dennis, Stefan, Iris, Danka|
September 2014, left to right: Jan, Maarten, Max, Stefan, Thorsten, Kristen, |
in the garden bed: Danka, Iris
|December 2013 at the Christmas markets, left to right: Kristen, Thorsten, (Iris), Stefan, (Jan)|
|September 2012, left to right: Kristen, Jan, Thorsten, Stefan|
Page last updated 14 November 2018, K. Panfilio