Miriam Liedvogel

MPRG Behavioural Genomics, MPI Evolutionary Biology

With my research I concentrate on the interface and connection between behavioural phenomena, molecular mechanisms and neuronal processing, interpreting the results in an evolutionary context. My current work is strongly motivated by my major interest in avian biology, particularly my fascination for the phenomenon of bird migration. In my lab we aim to understand the genetic architecture that orchestrates the variability of migratory behaviour, such as timing and orientation, in songbirds.

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