Nadine Thiele, M.Sc.

Current Position

PhD Student

University of Oldenburg, Working group of Prof. Christine Köppl (Cochlea and Auditory Brainstem Physiology)

Project

Field potentials in the auditory system

 

For details look here:

https://www.uni-oldenburg.de/en/neurosciences/cochlea/team/ 

Education and Scientific Career

July 2013 – July 2015: Master student at Department of Biology, University of Oldenburg, Germany, AG Animal Navigation/"Neurosensorik" (Group leader: Prof. Dr. H. Mouritsen).

Projects:
"Star Compass Learning in Night-Migratory Songbirds"
"The Role of Cryptochromes in Magnetoreception"

2012 – 2015: Studies of Biological Sciences (Master), University of Oldenburg.
Focus: Neurosensory Science and Behaviour, Ornithology

2009 – 2012: Studies of Biological Sciences (Bachelor), University of Oldenburg.
Focus: Neurobiology and Behaviour.
Bachelor thesis: “Zur Kalibrierung des (Magnet-) Kompasses handaufgezogener Rotkehlchen anhand von Himmelsobjekten”  (AG Animal Navigation/"Neurosensorik", Group leader: Prof. Dr. H. Mouritsen)

2006 – 2009: Conerusschule Norden, Fachgymnasium Wirtschaft

Publications

2016: Schwarze S., Steenken F., Thiele N., Kobylkov D., Lefeldt N., Dreyer D., Schneider N-L., and Mouritsen H. (2016) "Migratory blackcaps can use their magnetic compass at 5 degrees inclination, but are completely random at 0 degree inclination", Sci Rep. 6:33805. doi.: 10.1038/srep33805

2015: Alert, B., Michalik, A., Thiele, N., Bottesch, M. & Mouritsen, H. (2015) "Re-calibration of the magnetic compass in hand-raised European robins (Erithacus rubecula)." Scientific Reports, 5:14323, doi:10.1038/srep14323