fusanilab

Category: Announcements


Expression of Interest for PostDoc Fellowships

The University of Vienna is opening an Expression of Interest (EoI) to identify candidates with the necessary profile to be successful in obtaining a MSCA European Fellowships. The EoI will allow potential fellows to identify a supervisor who can guide…

Read More

Read our article about bird migration in Der Standard

A look into the physiology of spring migration

Read More

Females ring doves prefer long courtship but low frequency calls

What female doves respond to during courtship

Read More

Show me how you sleep and I will tell you how much heat you lose

Heat loss during sleep in migratory warblers

Read More

Head of Biochemistry Laboratory at FIWI

We seek highly motivated applicants with a PhD in Biochemistry or related disciplines and experience in multiple methodologies (protein purification, western blots, enzyme assays, hormone analyses, GC-MS, HPLC), preferably related to animal physiology. Previous experience in managing a laboratory, overseeing technicians and training students is desirable.

Read More

Ig Nobel Prize Winners 2020

The Chinese Alligator (Alligator sinensis) that participated in the Heliox – study that won the Ig Nobel Prize 2020.

Read More

MSc project in behavioural biology and migratory bird physiology

We are looking for a motivated Master/Diploma student who would like to gain experience and knowledge on migratory physiology and behavioural biology. The student will be based in the Fusani’s lab a highly vibrant and constantly expanding research environment. The…

Read More

Corticosterone in feathers is affected by tropical forest management

Corticosterone in feathers as potential mediator of carry‐over effects of silvicultural practices

Read More

Our study on courtship featured in ‘Der Standard’

The newspaper “Der Standard” has published an article by Susanne Strnadl featuring our ongoing project Comparative Aesthetics funded by the WWTF. You can read the full article (in German) by following this link.

Read More

MSc project available: How personality and sex influence problem solving in a highly social fish

We are looking for a motivated student interested in a Master’s project in Behavioural Biology and Cognition using a social cichlid (Neolamprologus pulcher) from Lake Tanganyika. The thesis will be part of the WWTF funded project: “Coping with change: Investigating…

Read More