People

Müller LabBibi Lab
Johannes MüllerFaysal Bibi
Technicians
Kristin Mahlow (CT lab boss)
Postdocs
Eli AmsonIgnacio Lazagabaster
Roland SookiasAlice Petzold
Roberto Rozzi
Sara Varela
PhD students
Fernando BlancoNicolas Baird
Wahed Chowdhury 
Elisabeth Hempel
Roy Ebel
Mosab Mohammednoor
Martin Kirchner
Till Ramm
Natascha Westphal
Former members
Khalaf Salih, Masters & PhD student 2013-2018, DAAD scholar, now at Al Neelain University, SudanNicola Heckeberg, postdoc 2017-2019
Catalina Pimiento, postdoc 2017-2018, now at Swansea University.
Juan Cantalapiedra, Alexander von Humboldt postdoc 2015-2018, now at University of Alcala, Madrid.
Sebastian Kirchhof, PhD student, now postdoc at NYU Abu Dhabi.
Yikun Li, visiting PhD student, DAAD-Chinese Academy of Sciences fellow, 2017-2018.
Mirjam Dubke (former M.Sc. student)
Joshua Tyler, PhD student 2016-2018
Sonja Rothkugel (former B.Sc. student)
Katja Hübner (B.Sc. student)
Susan Stephan (B.Sc. student, working on the comparative morphology of elapid venom fangs)
Gabriela Sobral, former PhD student, now associate professor of vertebrate zoology at the Federal University of Santa Catarina, Florianópolis, Brazil

Christy Hipsley, former Postdoc, now at the University of Melbourne

Linda Tsuji, former PhD student, now at the Royal Ontario Museum Toronto

Constanze Bickelman, former PhD student, now postdoc (“Eigene Stelle”) at Museum für Naturkunde Berlin

Andrej Čerňanský, former postdoc, now at the University of Bratislava, Slovakia

Martin Brazeau former Postdoc, now at Imperial College London

Erin Maxwell, former Postdoc, now at the Museum Stuttgart

Julia Joos – former M.Sc. student, working on body size evolution in tortoises, now a PhD student at Ohio University.

Anne Kronauer (Bachelor Thesis on the braincase of Kentrosaurus)

Torsten Liebrecht (former Diploma student, studying Permian captorhinids)

Marc-Nicolas Rentinck (Bachelor Thesis on phenotypic variation in the skeleton of the West African amphisbaenian Cynisca)

Atilim Siegmund (Diploma thesis on a fossil snake from the Pleistocene of South Africa)

Helena Franke (former Diploma student, studying cranial ossification in Humpback whale embryos)