Nina Röder

Former Members of Conservation Genetics
Research Assistant
CI, Room 007


I studied Environmental Sciences at the University of Koblenz-Landau and received my master’s degree in 2017. For my master thesis, I analysed the applicability of molecular methods for assessing ecotoxicological impacts on freshwater fungi. Whenever possible, I try to combine my profession with my passion for conservation diving, for example during two dive internships in Egypt (2014) and Thailand (2016).

Research Interests

  • Molecular ecology
  • Aquatic ecotoxicology
  • Marine sciences

Current Project

Currently, I am working as a research assistant in the AufLand research initiative. Among other projects, I am involved in the study of indirect effects of mosquito control on non-target organisms, especially chironomids, using metabarcoding.