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Curriculum Vitae: Dr. Ute Kryger, female|
Name Ute Kryger (Maiden name: Meske)
Date of Birth 04. 05. 1966, Mainz, Germany
Citizenship German, but I hold a Permanent Residence Permit for RSA
Tel/Fax 012 – 420 5343 / 012 – 362 5242
Institution affiliated with University of Pretoria
Position Postdoctoral Research Fellow
Postal Address Department of Zoology & Entomology, UP, Pretoria 0002
Primary and Secondary Education:
1972 – 1976 Primary School Gau-Odernheim, Germany
1976 – 1985 High School Alzey, Germany – Head Girl in 1981
Matric Majors: Biology, English,
Mathematics, Social Sciences (all with distinction)
Summary of tertiary qualifications:
1989 German Equivalent of B. Sc. Biology, Technical University (TU) Berlin, Germany (with distinction, Botany & Human Biology: cum laude, Zoology: summa cum laude)
1993 German Equivalent of B. A. English language, literature & culture, TU Berlin, Germany
1996 German Equivalent of B. A. Psychology and Pedagogy, TU Berlin, Germany (with distinction, summa cum laude)
1996 M. Sc. Thesis Biology, TU Berlin, Germany, title: “Genotypical analysis of polyethism in the honeybee – a microsatellite based paternity analysis”. Supervisor: Prof. Robin Moritz
1997 M. Sc. Examinations Biology, TU Berlin, Germany, (with distinction, summa cum laude)
2002 Ph. D. Zoology, University of Pretoria, submitted: Pretoria, 24th September 2002, graduated: 7th April 2003
1990 - 1992 Teacher Trainee at various high schools in Berlin, Germany; teaching grade 9 –11 in English and Biology
1990 - 1994 Tutor (equivalent to junior lecturer) at Department of Biology, TU Berlin, Germany. Designing and giving lectures and practicals in biochemistry, physiology, cell biology and genetics; supervising post grad students (e.g. in electron microscopy, enzymological and physiological ecology)
1993 Practical on developing and applying microsatellites, CNRS, Gif-sur-Yvette, France
1998 - 2002 Ph. D. student at the Department of Zoology and Entomology, University of Pretoria, Pretoria 0002, RSA; planning and executing own research projects (including extensive field work, molecular genetic laboratory component and state-of-the-art bioinformatic analyses), supervising students in molecular genetic techniques and analyses for their M. Sc. projects, tutoring foreign students in their Honours projects, demonstrating in First Year’s practicals.
Since 2003 Postdoctoral Fellow associated with Prof. CH Scholtz, at the Department of Zoology and Entomology, University of Pretoria, Pretoria 0002, RSA; member of the Scarab Research Group, projects on ecotoxicological aspects of farming practices using dung beetles as bio-indicators and projects on molecular systematics and conservation genetics of selected dung beetle species.
1999 – 2007 Accompanying and teaching on numerous field excursions with Honours and M.Sc. and Ph.D. students from the Dept. Zoology & Entomology, University Pretoria and students from the Nature Conservation College in Centurion, RSA within South Africa and Namibia (Lowveld, Limpopo Valley, KZN, Little and Great Karoo, Fynbos, Westcoast, Kalahari, Namib Naukloof, Boomriver Canyon) and participation on numerous field trips monitoring honey bee populations in the KNP.
2004 January, Lecturing “Conservation Genetics” to postgraduate anthropology students
2004 July, Lecturing “Evolution and Conservation” to 3rd Year Zoology Students
2004 & 2005 Invited Speaker: “Dung Beetles and their role in ecosystems – considerations for Wildlife Management” at Envirovet (= international postgraduate veterinarians visiting the University of Pretoria)
2005 Advisory function for Nature Conservation Gauteng (Johannesburg office)
2006 and 2007 External Examiner for the 3rd years and BSc Honours classes at the Department of Genetics, University of Kwa-Zulu Natal, Pietermaritzburg
October-November 2006 Part-time lecturer at the Univeristy of Limpopo, Turfloop Campus. Teaching ZOOL342 (3rd year course – Evolution and Genetics) and ZOOL731 (Honours course – Phylogeny and Population Genetics).
March 2007 Lecturing the module “Sensory Systems in Insects” in ZEN 251 (Invertebrate Biology) at Department Zoology & Entomology, University of Pretoria.
2004-2007: Supervision of five Honours Students and two M.Sc. Students:
Dieter Behrends (Hons.) Mitochondrial DNA phylogeography and conservation of the endangered Dung Beetle Circellium bacchus.
Shavanee Maduray (Hons) Geometric Morphometric Analyses of the Systematics of South African Hares,
Vincent van der Merwe (Hons) Conservation Genetics of Ichnestoma stobbei.
Marcel Medrano (Hons) Population Genetics of an endangered fruit chafer.
Cornelia Gessner (Hons) Dung type preference in the scarab community of Tswalu Game Reserve.
Lindsey Will (M.Inst.Agrar.) Genetic variability between populations of the Critically Endangered Frog Microbatrachella capensis, Boulenger 1910 (Anura: Ranidae: Cacosterninae).
Shavanee Maduray (M.Sc.) Taxonomic units within the genus Lepus in southern Africa – based on geometric morphometric, GIS and molecular data.
Christian Deschodt (M. Sc.) Molecular and morphological systematics of Canthonine genera.
Conferences and Congresses
2000 Congress, 17th Congress of South African Genetics Society, Pretoria, RSA; oral presentation: Kryger U, Robinson TJ, Bloomer P “Phylogeographic partitioning between South African populations of the scrub hare (Lepus saxatilis)” – prize for the best student presentation
2000 Conference, 2nd Conference of Southern African Society for Systematic Biology, Mtunzini, RSA; oral presentation: Kryger U, Robinson TJ, Bloomer P “Phylogeographic partitioning between South African populations of the scrub hare (Lepus saxatilis)” - runner-up for prize of best student presentation
2001 Symposium, “New Techniques & Methods in Wildlife Management”, Southern African Wildlife Management Association, Pretoria, RSA
2002 Conference, 3rd Conference of Southern African Society for Systematic Biology, Grahamstown, RSA; oral presentation: U Kryger, TJ Robinson, P Bloomer “Genetic variation among South African hares” - runner-up for prize of best student presentation
2002 Conference, Jahrestagung der Gesellschaft für Säugetierkunde, Bayreuth, Germany; oral presentation: Suchentrunk F, Kryger U, Willing R “Allozymic differentiation between South African Cape hares (Lepus capensis) and central European Brown hares (L. europaeus)”
2003 Conference (Participant and organizer), 14th congress of the Entomological Society of Southern Africa, Pretoria, RSA; oral presentation: Kryger U & Scholtz CH “Field assessment of non-target effects of cattle anti-parasiticides on dung beetles”
2003 Conference (Participant and organizer), 4th congress of the Southern African Society for Systematic Biology, Pretoria, RSA; poster presentation: Kryger U, Robinson TJ, Bloomer P “Conservation Units among South African Hares”
2003 Conference poster, 9th International African small mammal symposium, Morogoro, Tanzania, 14-18 July 2003, poster presentation: Bloomer P, Russo IM, Matthee CA, Kryger U, Chimimba CT & Robinson TJ “Phylogeographic structure in rock dwelling small mammals: Uncovering the history of southern Africa’s terrestrial islands”
2003 Congress, 32nd Annual Scientific Meeting of the Parasitological Society of Southern Africa, Pretoria, RSA; oral presentation : U Kryger & Scholtz CH “Field assessment of non-target effects of selected cattle anti-parasiticides on dung beetles”
2004 Symposium, “PEGG – Primate Ecology, Genetics, and Behaviour Group”, Pretoria, RSA
2004 Conference, “African Biodiversity – Molecules, Organisms, Ecosystems; 5th International Symposium on Tropical Biology”, Bonn, Germany; oral presentation: U Kryger & Scholtz CH “Ecology & Conservation of the large flightless dung beetle Circellium bacchus”
2004 Conference, “46th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Australian Society for Parasitology Inc, Fremantle, Western Australia; oral presentation: U Kryger & Scholtz CH “Dung Beetle compatibility of selected anti-parasitic drugs”
2004 Conference poster, Biannual Meeting of the Herpetological Association of Africa, Port Elizabeth, RSA, poster presentation: Will L, Dawood A, Kryger U “Conservation Genetics of Microbatrachella capensis”
2004 Conference poster, 2nd World Lagomorph Conference, Portugal, poster presentation: Slimen HB, Suchentrunk F, Sert H, Kryger U, Alves PC “MtDNA PCR-RFLP analysis of hares from North and South Africa, Anatolia, and central Europe”
2005 Conferences, of the Entomological and Zoological Societies of southern Africa, Grahamstown, RSA.
ESSA: Oral presentation: U. Kryger & C.H. Scholtz “Ecotoxicological effect of selected anti-parasitic drugs on dung beetles”
ZSSA: Poster presentation: U. Kryger, D. Behrends & C.H. Scholtz “Mitochondrial DNA population structure in Circellium bacchus (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae) and inferred conservation recommendations”
2005 Conference, Royal Entomological Society 2005 Annual Meeting, University of Sussex, UK, oral presentation: U. Kryger, D. Behrends & C.H. Scholtz “Phylogeography and Conservation Genetics of Circellium bacchus (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae).”
2005 Conference, SAWMA Symposium “Wildlife Management: a Conservation or Economic Incentive?”, Magoebaskloof, RSA.
Oral presentation 1: U. Kryger & C.H. Scholtz “Lord Khepera and His Ecosystem Services – intelligent management of anti-parasitic drug application integrates conservation and economics” – Award for “Best Senior Presenter”
Oral presentation 2: U Kryger, TJ Robinson, P Bloomer “Splitting Hares” – A Gene-Jockey’s view on Bunny Conservation”
Poster presentation 1: LN Will, U Kryger, A Dawood, L Scott, AL De Villiers, ME D’Amato, EHW Baard “Conservation Genetics of the critically endangered frog Microbatrachella capensis”
Poster presentation 2: U. Kryger, D. Behrends & C.H. Scholtz “Conservation of a Charismatic Giant – Mitochondrial DNA Phylogeography of Circellium bacchus” – Award for “Best Poster Presentation”
2006 Conference, 6th congress of the Southern African Society for Systematic Biology, Kruger National Park, South Africa, oral presentation: U. Kryger, C. Deschodt & C.H. Scholtz “Circellium bacchus – still rocking and rolling!”
2006 Conference, European Congress of Conservation Biology, Eger, Hungary, oral presentation: U. Kryger, D. Behrends & C.H. Scholtz “Conservation Genetics of South African Scarabaeoidae”
2007 Conference, 24-26 January, Animal Health Research: Recent Developments and Future Directions. Wellcome Trust Conference Centre, Hinxton, Cambridge, UK
2007 Conference, SCB, 1-5 July, Port Elizabeth, South Africa, oral presentation: U Kryger & CH Scholtz “Conservation of a rare fruit chafer, Ichnestoma stobbiai (Scarabaeidae: Cetoniinae)”
2007 Conference, ZSSA, 8-11 July, Potchefstroom, South Africa, oral presentation: S Maduray, U Kryger, C Chimimba, Robertson M “An analysis of morphometric variation in the genus Lepus (Lagomorpha, Leporidae) from southern Africa.
2007 Conference, PARSA, 18-20 September, Malelane, South Africa, oral presentation: U Kryger, PB Tshikae (presenting) & CH Scholtz “Sustainable parasite management on cattle farms”
2007 Conference, EBM, 11th Evolutionary Biology Meeting 2007, 19-21 September, Marseilles, France, oral presentation: U Kryger & CH Scholtz “Phylogeography and Conservation of a rare South African beetle, Ichnestoma stobbiai (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae).
1999 Workshop, “Microsatellites – their application and analysis”, workshop by the Department of Genetics, University of Pretoria, RSA
2001 Workshop, “Bioinformatics”, SANBI, Pretoria, RSA
2003 Workshop, “Cladistics” by the Willi Hennig Society in Cape Town, RSA.
2003 Successful completion of Game Ranch Management and Ranger Guide Course (Theory: 92%, Practical: 93%) at Moholoholo Ranger Training Center, Hoedspruit, RSA.
2003 Workshop, “Phylogeography – an emerging discipline”, by Southern African Society for Systematic Biology, Pretoria, RSA
2003 Workshop, “Population Genetics for Animal Conservation”, Trento, Italy
2005 Workshop, “Conflict Resolution and Peace keeping”, by Plowshare Institute (integrated in “The Arts and Reconciliation Festival”), Pretoria, RSA
2005 Workshop, Supervision and Management Skills, CE at UP, RSA
2005 Workshop, Mentoring Skills, CE at UP, RSA
2005 Workshop, Project Management, CE at UP, RSA
2005 Workshop, Community Management, CE at UP, RSA
2006 Workshop, Population Viability Analysis, Eger, Hungary
2007 Workshop, 24 January, Animal Health in the Developing World and Livestock for Life Initiative – Award holders workshop, Wellcome Trust Conference Centre, Hinxton, Cambridge, UK
2007 Workshop, Invertebrate Extinction Risk Assessment, 15 March, SANBI, Pretoria
2007 Workshop (Organiser), “Dung Beetles for Africa – Sustainable Parasite Management”, 16-17 July, UP. Oral presentation: “Holy Cows & Sacred Beetles – How Lord Khepera keeps cattle farmers happy”.
2007 Workshop, Conservation of Ichnestoma stobbiai, GDACE, 15 September, Transvaal Museum, Pretoria.
2007 Workshop, 2nd Annual Grasslands Partners Forum, 21-22 November, SANBI, Pretoria.
1998-2000 FRD/NRF Grant holder Ph.D. bursary via Prof. R Crewe and Prof. T Robinson
1999 Cinergy bursary for post-graduate studies in zoology
2000 Barcley Foundation bursary
2001 UP bursary for foreign students (only allocated to foreign students with distinctions)
2003 NOVARTIS postdoctoral bursary, project THRIP funded
2004 NOVARTIS postdoctoral bursary, project THRIP funded and finalist in the “THRIP Awards”
2005 NOVARTIS postdoctoral bursary
2006-2010 Prestigious UP Research Fellowship
2006 NRF Travel Block Grant contributes to conference attendance
2000 Prize for Best Student Presentation, 17th Congress of the South African Genetics Society
2000 Runner-up for prize for Best Student Presentation, 2nd Conference of Southern African Society for Systematic Biology
2002 Runner-up for prize for Best Student Presentation, 3rd Conference of Southern African Society for Systematic Biology
2004 My Hons. student Dieter Behrends received prize for Best Honours Project Poster
2005 Prize for Best Poster Presentation, Symposium of the South African Wildlife Management Association
2005 Prize for Best Senior Presenter, Symposium of the South African Wildlife Management Association
Prof. Ilkka Hanski, University of Helsinki, Finland: Molecular Phylogeny of Madagascan Scarabaeini
Prof. Trudy Turner, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, USA, projects and field work on primates, landscape genetics.
Prof. Robin Crewe, University Pretoria, RSA, molecular project on honey bees.
Prof. Chris Chimimba & Dr. Mark Robertson, University of Pretoria, RSA: Co-supervision of Hons./M.Sc. student Shavanee Maduray
Dr. Shaun Forgie, Future Hort Research, New Zealand: Molecular and Morphological Phylogeny of Scarabaeini
Dr Franz Suchentrunk, Research Institute of Wildlife Ecology, University of Veterinary Medicine, Vienna Savoyenstr.1 , A-1160 Vienna, Austria: molecular investigations on Lepus capensis and Lepus europaeus
Dr. Abeda Dawood, University of Venda, RSA: Co-supervision of M.Sc. student Lindsey Will
Microsatellite-genotyping honey bee samples from the KNP, RSA, for the Social Insect Group, Department of Zoology & Entomology, UP, RSA.
Analyzing ecological data for Merial, Germany.
Eigil Holm (1997) Königinnenzucht, Vererbungslehre und Veredelung von Bienen. Ehrenwirth Verlag München – translated from Danish into German by Ute and Per Kryger.
Kryger U & Scholtz CH (in press) Phylogeography and Conservation of the rare South African fruit chafer Ichnestoma stobbiai (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae). In: P. Pontarroti (ed) Evolutionary Biology from Concepts to applications, Springer-Verlag, Germany.
Kryger P, Kryger U, Moritz RFA (2000) Genotypical variability for the tasks of water collecting and scenting in a honey bee colony. Ethology, 106, 769-779.
Kryger U, Robinson TJ, Bloomer P (2002) Isolation and characterization of six polymorphic microsatellite loci in South African hares (Lepus saxatilis F. Cuvier, 1823 and Lepus capensis Linnaeus, 1758). Molecular Ecology Notes, 2, 422-424.
Kryger U, Robinson TJ, Bloomer P (2004) Population structure and history of southern African scrub hares, Lepus saxatilis. Journal of Zoology, 263, 121-133.
Davis ALV, Scholtz CH, Dooley PW, Bham N, Kryger U (2004) Scarabaeine dung beetles as indicators of biodiversity, habitat transformation and pest control chemicals in agro-ecosystems. South African Journal of Science, 100, 1-10.
Kryger U, Deschodt C, Scholtz CH (2005) Effects of combined Fluazuron (Acatak®) and Ivermectin (Cevamek®) treatment of cattle on the structure of dung beetle communities. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment, 105, 649-656.
Slimen HB, Suchentrunk F, Memmi A, Sert H, Kryger U, Alves PC, Elgaaied ABA (2006) Evolutionary relationships among hares from North Africa (Lepus sp. or Lepus ssp.), cape hares (L. capensis) from South Africa, and brown hares (L. europaeus), as inferred from mtDNA PCR-RFLP and allozyme data. Journal of Zoological Systematics and Evolutionary Research, 44, 88-99.
Forgie SA, Bloomer P, Kryger U, Scholtz CH (2006) Phylogenetic Patterns in multiple data sets used for inferring relationships among genera of ball-rolling Scarabaeini (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 40, 662-678.
Kryger U, Cole KS, Tukker R & Scholtz CH (2006) Biology and Ecology of Circellium bacchus (Fabricius 1781) (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae), a South African dung beetle of conservation concern. Tropical Zoology, 19, 185-207.
Kryger U, Deschodt C, Davis AL & Scholtz CH (2006) Effects of cattle treatment with a cypermethrin/cymiazol spray on survival and reproduction of the dung beetle species Euoniticellus intermedius (Coleoptera:Scarabaeidae). Bulletin of Entomological Research, 96, 597-603.
Kryger U, Deschodt C, Davis ALV & Scholtz CH (2007) Effects of cattle treatment with a fluazuron pour-on on survival and reproduction of the dung beetle species Onthophagus gazelle (Fabricius) Veterinary Parasitology, 143, 380-384.
Kryger U, Deschodt C, Scholtz CH (2007) Effects of Fluazuron and ivermecting treatment of cattle on the structure of dung beetle communities. VetMed June/July edition.
Deschodt C, Kryger U, Scholtz CH (2007) New taxa of relictual Canthonini dung beetles (Scarabaeidae: Scarabaeinae) utilizing rock hyrax middens as refuges in South-western Africa. Insect Systematics and Evolution, 38, 361-376.
Hichem BS, Suchentrunk F, Stamatis C, Mamuris Z, Sert H, Alves PC, Kryger U, Shahin AB, Elgaaied ABA (2008) Population genetics of cape and brown hares (Lepus capensis and L. europaeus): a test of Petter´s hypothesis of conspecificity. Biochemical Systematics and Ecology, 36, 22-39.
Maduray S, Chimimba C, Kryger U (in press) Inter- and intra-specific morphometric study of the genus Lepus from southern Africa. Novitates.
Kryger U, Kryger P, Bloomer P (submitted) Population structure and history of the South African Cape hare (Lepus capensis) based on mitochondrial DNA and microsatellites. Novitates.
Kryger U, Robinson TJ, Bloomer P (submitted) How many species of Lepus in South Africa? – A molecular systematic perspective. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution.
Kryger U, Will L, Dawood A, Scott E, D’Amato MED, De Villiers AL (in prep) Conservation genetics of the endangered microfrog (Microbatrachella capensis). J Wildlife Management.
Manuscripts published in Conference Proceedings
Suchentrunk F, Kryger U, Willing R (2002) Allozymic differentiation between South African Cape hares (Lepus capensis) and central European Brown hares (L. europaeus). In: Mammalian Biology Sonderheft zum Band 67, Jahrestagung der Gesellschaft für Säugetierkunde, Bayreuth, Germany, 76.
Kryger U & Scholtz CH (2003) Field assessment of non-target effects of cattle anti-parasiticides on dung beetles. In: Proceedings of the 32nd Annual Scientific Meeting of the Parasitological Society of Southern Africa, Pretoria, RSA, 63-64.
Manuscripts in preparation
Kryger U & Scholtz CH (in prep.) Conservation units in the endangered dung beetle Circellium bacchus as defined by mitochondrial CO I sequences. Insect Conservation.
Kryger U, Robinson TJ, Bloomer P (in prep.) Phylogeography of the South African scrub hare (Lepus saxatilis) inferred from a combined analysis of mitochondrial DNA and microsatellites. Molecular Ecology.
Kryger U & Scholtz CH (in prep) Effects of combined Ivermectin (Cevamec®), Fluazuron (Acatak®) and Levamisole (Endex®) treatment of cattle on the structure of dung beetle communities. Acta Oecologica.
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, Journal of Zoology, Journal of Insect Behaviour, African Entomology, African Journal of Ecology, Journal of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Journal of Mammalogy, South African Journal for Animal Science, Journal of Insect Behaviour, Journal of Insect Conservation, Science
Research and Teaching Experience (alphabetically)
Conservation Biology, Conservation Genetics, Ecology, Ecotoxicology, Entomology, Ethology, Phylogeny, Phylogeography, Population Genetics, Systematics, Wildlife Management
Membership of Professional Societies
Society for Conservation Biology, South African Wildlife Management Association, Southern African Society for Systematic Biology, Entomological Society of Southern Africa, Member of the Steering Committee of the Poison Working Group, Endangered Wildlife Trust, RSA
Software (analytical skills)
General: Windows 2000, MS Office [Word, Excell, Powerpoint], Corel Draw, GIMP, Netscape & Internet Explorer, Nero, Reference Manager
Ecology: PRIMER v5, EstimateS, Statistika
Molecular Genetics: Sequence Analyzer & Sequence Navigator, ClustalX, MacClade, PAUP, Arlequin, DNAsp, GeoDis, TCS, Migrate, Fluctuate, Bottleneck, Autodecay, Treeview, GeneScan & Genotyper, Genepop, Popgene, Populations, Genetix, RSTCalc, Relatedness, Geneclass, Whichrun, Partition, Structure, Mr. Bayes
Visits to universities or research institutes
1993 CNRS Gif-sur-Yvette, France, microsatellite technique training
1995/1997 WITS university, RSA, GC, behavioral and genotypical analyses on honey bees
2002 NOVARTIS South Africa, RSA, liaising
2004 NOVARTIS headquarters, Basel, Switzerland, liaising and reporting
2005 MERIAL South Africa, RSA, liaising
2007 Sanger Institute, Cambridge, UK. Conference and liasing.
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