|Current employment: Professor, director, Institute of Ecology, Ilia State University, Tbilisi, Georgia. Born 1961, MSc in biology/zoology (Tbilisi State University) 1982, PhD in Ecology (Institute of Ecology, Sverdlovsk, Russia) 1987; developmental ecology of newts; Dr.Sc. in ecology (2003), Inst. Zoology, Tbilisi, ecology/evolution of Caucasian amphibians. Post-docs: NATO/Royal Society, University of Wales, Bangor, UK - genetics, Caucasian salamander. Alexander von Humboldt Stieftung, Muzeum Koenig, Bonn - genetics/speciation, Caucasian frogs.|
|Special interests: Research: population ecology/genetics, evolution/speciation, phylogeography/historical biogeography, habitat analysis, developmental ecology. Amphibians, lizards, small mammals, snails. Biodiversity of the Caucasus region and temperate rainforests in general. Over 30 peer-review publications in the field.|
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