Marina is a computational ecologist and evolutionary biologist, graduate from Imperial College London. She is currently a PhD student on theoretical models of collective behaviour at the University of Groningen. BiasWatchEvol is a side project of her research, supported by the Equal Opportunities Initiative Fund of the ESEB. Her interests cover a large spectrum of biological sciences, from animal behaviour to cultural evolution and sustainable agriculture. She also loves fencing, cafes and bad programming jokes. For more information, check here or follow her on Twitter.
Anna-Maria is a forest geneticist with a particular interest in conservation, graduate from Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and the University of Edinburgh. Currently, she is a PhD candidate in conservation genomics of pine trees at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. She has joined this project due to her belief that genders can equally contribute to the world of science and especially evolutionary biology. In her free time, she plays badminton and goes out with her friends, pretending to be a normal human being. To follow her on social media, choose either a really scientific account here or a mainstream Twitter account here.
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