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I mainly teach within the biology program, both at BSc level (NEM-21306; Ecophysiology) and at the MSc level (YBI-37806; Frontiers in Biology). But also in the minor Biology of Infectious Diseases, where I teach in ENT-51306; Frontiers Medical and Veterinary Biology). Within teaching I often make use of the free-living nematode Caenorhabditis elegans and its usefulness as a model-species for many aspects of biology.
BSc thesis topics:
- How do genetic variants affect a-synuclein associated pathology?
- C. elegans as model organism for health effects and dietary interventions
- Data science meets biology: analysis of natural variation in nematodes
MSc thesis topics:
|NEM-79324||MSc Research Practice Nematology|
|NEM-70424||MSc Internship Nematology|
|NEM-80424||MSc Thesis Nematology|
|NEM-80436||MSc Thesis Nematology|
|YBI-37806||Frontiers in Biology|
|ENT-51306||Frontiers in Medical and Veterinary Biology|