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Schärer Group
Evolutionary Biology
Zoological Institute
University of Basel
Vesalgasse 1
CH-4051 Basel
Switzerland

Lukas Schärer
Name
Lukas Schärer (male)
Date of Birth June 29, 1969
Nationality Swiss
Title PD Dr.

Permanent Group Leader
(since 2012)

Group Leader
(from 2006 to 2011)

Evolutionary Biology
Zoological Institute
University of Basel
Vesalgasse 1
4051 Basel
Switzerland

Tel: ++41-61-207-0366
Fax: ++41-61-207-0362
Email: lukas.scharer-at-unibas.ch

Project
(2015-2018)
Evolution of sex allocation and its correlates in simultaneous hermaphrodites
3-year SNF individual research project to Lukas Schärer
Project
(2012-2015)
Sex allocation and sexual selection in a simultaneous hermaphrodite
3-year SNF individual research project to Lukas Schärer
Project
(2009-2012)
Sex allocation, sexual selection, and sexual conflict in simultaneous hermaphrodites
3-year SNF individual research project to Lukas Schärer
Project
(2006-2009)
Sex allocation and post-copulatory sexual selection in simultaneous hermaphrodites
3-year SNF individual research project to Lukas Schärer
PostDoc
(2004-2006)
Sex allocation and sexual conflict in a simultaneous hermaphrodite
SNF advanced researcher postdoctoral fellowship with Prof. Dr. R. Rieger, University of Innsbruck, Austria
PostDoc
(2003-2004)
Male fitness gain curves in a simultaneous hermaphrodite
FWF Lise Meitner postdoctoral fellowship with Prof. Dr. R. Rieger, University of Innsbruck, Austria
PostDoc
(2001-2003)
Experimental tests of sex allocation theory in a simultaneous hermaphrodite animal
SNF Marie Curie postdoctoral fellowship with Prof. Dr. J. Koella, Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris, France & Prof. Dr. N. K. Michiels, University of Münster, Germany
PostDoc
(2000-2001)
Parasite-induced adaptive shift in sex allocation in a sequential hermaphrodite
CNRS postdoctoral fellowship with Prof. Dr. J. Koella, Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris, France
PhD
(1996-2000)
Reproductive biology of a parasitic simultaneous hermaphrodite, Schistocephalus solidus
supervised by Prof. Dr. C. Wedekind & Prof. Dr. M. Milinski, at University of Bern, Switzerland
Diploma Thesis
(1994-1996)
Sperm and semen characteristics and gametic investment in a coral reef fish, Thalassoma bifasciatum
supervised by Dr. D. R. Robertson, Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, Panama & PD Dr. D. G. Senn, University of Basel, Switzerland
Diploma
(1996)
Vertebrate Biology
Invertebrate Biology
Parasitology and Toxinology
Ecophysiology and System Ecology
Organic Chemistry
at the University of Basel, Switzerland
Languages Fluent in English, French, German, and Spanish, and tolerable in Italian


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