Tina Aschenbach, B.Sc.
M.Sc. candidate, student research assistant
I earned my Bachelor's degree at the Humboldt University of Berlin with a thesis on the postcranial morphology of a stem mammalian fossil with Prof. Jörg Fröbisch. Now I persue my master's degree in "Organismic Biology and Evolution" at the same institution. I am currently working on a study of Asian tree squirrels (Tamiops swinhoei) for my master's thesis. My interests are in the biodiversity, evolution, and functional morphology of vertebrates.
Since early 2018 I am also working as a student research assistant in the Nyakatura lab. I am mainly responsible for data storage (CT image stacks, high-speed videos, surface models, ...)