Daria Martynow

Research interest

I have spent the last three years working with Drosophila melanogaster, first as a M.Sc. student at the University of Chicago, USA, and then as a research assistant at the Institute of Population Genetics at the Vetmeduni Vienna, Austria. During my stay in Chicago I got interested in the development of Drosophila egg chambers and especially in ovarian polar cells and their role in actin polarization. In March 2013 I have joined the Flatt lab in Lausanne, where I am currently working as a lab manager and research assistant. Together with others in the lab, I am also currently involved in a project examining the role of the couch potato gene in affecting adult endocrine physiology and life history in D. melanogaster.

Curriculum vitae

Lab manager and research assistant, Flatt group, Department of Ecology and Evolution, University of Lausanne, Lausanne, Switzerland

Research assistant, Institute of Population Genetics, Vetmeduni Vienna, Vienna, Austria.

M.Sc. degree project at the Molecular Genetics and Cell Biology Department, University of Chicago, Chicago IL, USA.

Erasmus exchange program, Faculty of Biosciences, University of Joensuu, Finland.

M.Sc. degree in Biology, University of Lodz, Poland, Specialization: Biochemistry.

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