Armin Scheben

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Armin Scheben

Academic achievement:

MSc: Evolution, Ecology and Systematics. Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich (Germany)

BSc: Biodiversity and Ecology. Georg-August University Goettingen (Germany)

Posts held:

  • 2016 - present PhD candidate - Applied Bioinformatics - The University of Western Australia, Perth, Australia
  • 2015 Master Thesis project - Plant Biology Dept - Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, Germany

Phylogenetics and macroevolution in lower plants

  • 2014 Research internship - Evolutionary Biology Dept - Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, Germany

Statistical analysis of variation between 30 housekeeping and stress genes in two populations of wild tomato

  • 2015 Bachelor Thesis project - Plant Biology Dept - Georg-August University Goettingen, Germany

Hybridization and internal transcribed spacer variation in an apomictic buttercup

Publications:

List of publications can be found at ResearchGate

Summary:

My primary research goals are directed toward understanding how phylogenetic and genomic processes shape biodiversity in plants.


Awards and Prizes:

2016: International Postgraduate Research Scholarship and Australian Postgraduate Award

2015: Graduated in the top 10 per cent, Faculty of Biology, Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich

2015: Young Researcher Award, Faculty of Biology, Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich

2014: Young Researcher Award, Faculty of Biology, Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich


Contact:

Armin Patrick Scheben

PhD Candidate

School of Plant Biology

University of Western Australia

Perth, 6009

Australia

armin.scheben@research.uwa.edu.au