Ph.D. student since November 2018
I am interested in the effect of global warming on the life-history of lizards, specifically species living in extreme environments, such as deserts. My study area is located in the Dead Sea Region in eastern Israel.
I have completed my MS.c. degree (2016-2018) in Shai Meiri lab's on the subject of "Aspects of Tetrapod's Longevity".
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I am interested in research of creatures that can give you a nasty bite. My research is about the winter ecology and physiology of lizards.
In my previous research I have studied flight in beetles.
I have also participated in conducting rodents populations surveys for The Israel Nature and Parks Authority.
In general, interested in; exotic pets, art, video games, martial arts and horseback riding.
I study the effect of climate on the abundance of insects across climatic gradients in Israel, and how climate change may impact populations of insectivores. I'm also a Teaching Assistant in the Advanced Vertebrates course.
In general, interested in cool science, cooking and traveling.
I study the effects of global warming on North-American lizards and the potential of vegetation cover to serve as a biological buffer for these impacts. In my study, I use biophysical models to assess the importance of climbing trees as a retreat strategy for avoiding extreme hot temperatures on the ground surface.
I'm also a loyal fan of Harry Potter and shallow pop music.
My study aims to predict the movement decisions of mammals under different climatic conditions. For this purpose, I integrate GPS data, remote sensing data, and biophysical models. Biology is my passion, and in the nearest future, I wish to reach the stars with some astrobiology research.
Math is my true love, and I'm also often makes a hell of a pancake!