Curriculum vitae Ellinor


The Natural History Museum, Department of Zoology, Cromwell Road, London SW7 5BD UK.
P: (+44) 207-942-5516 F: (+44) 207-942-5404
e.michel@nhm.ac.uk; iczn-em@nhm.ac.uk
Curriculum vitae
Degrees
  • PhD: 1995, University of Arizona
  • MSc: 1989, University of Arizona
  • BA: 1983, University of Chicago
Positions
  • Biology Mentor, Assistant and Acting Director, The Nyanza Project: Interdisciplinary Research Training in Tropical Lakes, 1997-2007, an NSF Paleoclimates/Biology research and REU program
  • Curator of Molluscs/Postdoctoral Research Fellow 1997-2002, Institute for Biodiversity and Ecosystem Dynamics/ Zoological Museum, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • Postdoctoral Research Fellow 1995-1997, NSF Fellow, Dept. Biology, University of Michigan, USA
  • Research Associate, Dept. of Geosciences, University of Arizona, USA
Professional memberships and achivements
  • Systematics Association, SIL– International Limnological Society, Freshwater Biological Association, American Malacological Society, Nederlandse Malacologische Vereniging (Dutch Malacological Society), British Ecological Society
  • Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society
  • Symposium organizer: Museum Research and Climate Change, Natural History Museum, London (headed working group of 12 researchers)
  • Symposium organizer: Molluscan Radiations in Long-lived Lakes for UNITAS Malacologica 2001 with F. Wesselingh, Leiden/Naturalis
  • Organizing committee member, 1st World Congress of Malacology Washington DC 1998.Steering committee for Speciation in Ancient Lakes group (SIAL) – SILIUCN Species Survival Commission (SSC) molluscs and E. African Freshwater special subgroup participant
  • Evolution and Paleoclimates Invited Panel Member – Directions in Scientific Drilling of Lakes Symposium, 3rd International Limnogeology Congress, 2003
  • Associate Editor Journal of Molluscan Studies
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