I teach “Principles of Conservation Genetics” (fourth year Environmental Sciences), and about the importance of individual variation in the master program “Biodiversity and Conservation Biology”. I also teach an introductory practical on population and quantitative genetics, using live and simulated Fruit flies, and human traits (hand-, arm- and tongue-folding, and weight, religion and political preference; first year Environmental Sciences).

I am (since 2016) Coordinator of the highly competitive Master Program “Biodiversity and Conservation Biology“. I regularly direct MSc theses within this same program.

I was (2014-2019) a member of the Academic Committee of the Doctoral Program “Environment & Society“. Activities included deciding which students and teachers are allowed to enter the program, evaluating first-year research plans and annual progress of all enrolled PhD students, and organising and coordinating courses offered to PhD students. The PhD students I direct are also enrolled in this program.

You could contact me about giving a host lecture comparing statistical approaches using p-values, information theoretical criteria (like AIC), and the Bayesian framework.