Welcome to the new Department of Evolutionary Biology!

The Department of Evolutionary Biology seeks to understand the evolution of animal form, function, and diversity by combining comparative, developmental, and theoretical approaches. The department consists of two units, Integrative Zoology and Theoretical Biology. Please note that the website is currently under construction. Visit us again soon!

 News

15.12.2022
 

KLI postdoc fellowship call

“Evolutionary theory in interdisciplinary context”

06.12.2022
 

Orsolya Rita BAJER-MOLNÁR (Medical University of Vienna)

Tuesday 6 December 2022, 3.00 pm (CET)

30.11.2022
 

Terrestrial Cetartiodactyla

15.11.2022
 

Contrasting parental roles shape sex differences in poison frog space use but not navigational performance

11.11.2022
 

Master's theses on green toads

09.11.2022
 

New paper in Proceedings of Royal Society B

Phylogenomics reveals deep relationships and diversification within phylactolaemate bryozoans.

01.11.2022
 

New Paper in Hydrobiologia

Molecular phylogeny and taxonomic revision of the cichlid genus Hemichromis (Teleostei, Cichliformes, Cichlidae), with description of a new genus and...

21.10.2022
 

New paper in Bioinformatics

SYNPHONI: scale-free & phylogeny-aware reconstruction of synteny conservation & transformation across animal genomes.

19.10.2022
 

New paper in BMC Ecology and Evolution

Reconstructing the neuromuscular ground pattern of phylactolaemate bryozoans: new data from the Lophopodidae


Departmental Seminar Evolutionary Biology
Winter Term 2022

Tuesdays. 11:30 - 13:00
300142 SE Evolutionary Biology (2022W)

on-site 
Hörsaal 3, UBB
, Djerassiplatz 1, 1030 Vienna

Reserve a time slot for a talk here!

 Upcoming talks:

06.12.2022
 

Species Determination using DNA-Barcoding in Spiders from Cambodian Wet Markets

06.12.2022
 

In situ mini DNA barcode sequencing and SNP typing in cheetahs (Acinonyx jubatus) using Oxford Nanopore Technologies (MinION)

13.12.2022
 

Evolution and significance of morphological characters in phylactolaemate bryozoans