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Justine Siegwald

PhD Candidate , PhD candidate

Systematics and biogeography of Scaphander (Cephalaspidea)

 

Little is known about marine biodiversity and speciation in the deep sea.

In my PhD project, we use Scaphander (Gastropoda, Cephalaspidea), a globally distributed and predominantely deep-sea genus, as a model group. We aim to revise the systematics of Scaphander and to establish a dated, global phylogeny for this genus, so as to understand its historical biogeographic patterns and drivers of speciation.

Academic article
  • 2020. A new species of the deep-sea genus Scaphander (Gastropoda, Cephalaspidea) from the Mar del Plata submarine canyon off Argentina. Bulletin of marine science. 111-126.

More information in national current research information system (CRIStin)

In preparation: Testing the colour variability of Eubranchus farrani (Alder & Hancock, 1844): really a single species?

2014: Intravascular blood sampling using the Thrombuster II catheter does not cause artifactual platelet activation.

2013: Intravascular optical coherence tomographic (OCT) findings late after intracoronary beta brachytherapy.