November 10, 2022: Daniel Rodrigues Nunes is a Ph.D student from the Conservatoire et Jardin Botaniques of Geneva, CJBG (Switzerland). He will be working in the Myxotropic lab for the next two months.
He is doing his doctoral thesis on molecular systematics of the family Cribrariaceae, under the supervision of Dr. Zamora (CJBG) and Dr. Lado (RJB-CSIC).
We hope that he really enjoys and makes the most of the internship. We wish you the best of luck with your research!
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