Travel Award Winners

iBOL 2017 Travel Award Winners

UNIVERSITY OF JOHANNESBURG TRAVEL AWARDS FOR AFRICAN STUDENTS

iBOL 2017 Travel Award Winners

Mohamed Awad

In-silico assessment of five chloroplast intergenic regions in Poaceae family for DNA barcoding (II)

Al-Azhar University, Cairo

 

iBOL 2017 Travel Award Winners

Sewes Alberts

Combining molecular and chemical data for species discrimination within the South African Erythroxylaceae (coca) family

University of Pretoria, South Africa

iBOL 2017 Travel Award Winners

Dorcas Lekganyane

The mystery of muthi: Unveiling the identity of bulbous and perennial plants traded at the Faraday Medicinal Market, Johannesburg, using DNA barcoding

University of Johannesburg, South Africa

iBOL 2017 Travel Award Winners

Benedicta Ngwakum

DNA barcoding of South African sponges

University of Johannesburg, South Africa

 

iBOL 2017 Travel Award Winners

Abubaker Bello

Biogeography of Southern African Legumes

Umaru Musa Yarádua University, Nigeria.

iBOL 2017 Travel Award Winners

Ann Mwaura

Barcode of wildlife project Kenya: Role of Biorepositories and DNA barcode reference library in wildlife crime prosecution

National Museum, Kenya

iBOL 2017 Travel Award Winners

Anifat Bello

The Cape Gum-Bushes: Taxonomy and Diversification of Pteronia (Asteraceae)

University of Johannesburg, South Africa

iBOL 2017 Travel Award Winners

Gael Bouka

Combined analysis of morphological and genetic markers reveals five probable species in the widespread taxon Khaya anthotheca (Welw.) C.DC (Meliaceae)

Universite Marien Ngollabi, Congo

 

iBOL 2017 Travel Award Winners

Roel Houdanoun

rDNA nucleotide-based phylogeny of ectomycorrhizal fungi from Guineo-Soudanian ecozone of Benin (West Africa)

University of Parakou, Benin

iBOL 2017 Travel Award Winners

Timothy Macqueen

Re-opening the case for wild Frankenflora: Testing Protea species for hybidization using DNA and HRM analysis

Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University, South Africa

iBOL 2017 Travel Award Winners

Tonna Mojekwu

DNA-barcoding of Oreochromis aureus, O. mossambicus and O. niloticus from hatchery and from the wild: evidence for misidentification, hybridisation and cryptic species

University of Pretoria, South Africa

iBOL 2017 Travel Award Winners

Tiru Golla

Thermal adaptation as the first stage of parapatric speciation in coastal South Africa

University of Johannesburg, South Africa

iBOL 2017 Travel Award Winners

Nicholas Galuszynski

Barcoding life in the Cape: Insights from the phylogeography of a small Cape genus

University of Johannesburg, South Africa

GENOMECANADA TRAVEL AWARDS FOR NON-AFRICAN DEVELOPING COUNTRY STUDENTS

iBOL 2017 Travel Award Winners

Tiyani Xin

Biomonitoring for traditional herbal medicinal products using DNA metabarcoding and SMRT sequencing

Peking Union Medical College & Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences, Key Laboratory of Bioactive Substances and Resources Utilization of Chinese Herbal Medicine, China

iBOL 2017 Travel Award Winners

Alfred Arulandu

Development and international validation trial of a comprehensive, multi- locus DNA metabarcoding method to identify endangered species in complex samples

RIKILT-Wageningen UR, Netherlands

iBOL 2017 Travel Award Winners

Saravanan Mohansunaram

DNA Barcoding Reveals the Medicinal Value of Honey by its Floral Composition 

Bharathiar University, India.

iBOL 2017 Travel Award Winners

Valentina Betancur

DNA Barcodes as a Tool for the Identification and Control of Illegal Wildlife Trade: A Case Study of Colombian Mammals

EAFIT University, Medellín, Antioquia, Colombia.

 

iBOL 2017 Travel Award Winners

Adrian Luczon

Barcoding of bats (Order: Chiroptera) in the Philippines using the mitochondial  cytochrome oxidase I gene

University of the Philippines, Philippines

FBIP TRAVEL AWARDS FOR SOUTH AFRICAN STUDENTS

iBOL 2017 Travel Award Winners

Nqobile Ndhlovu

DNA barcoding of KwaZulu Natal Afromontane forest Parmelia species (Parmeliaceae): A molecular approach to specimen identification and sensitivity to climate change

University of KwaZulu Natal, South Africa

iBOL 2017 Travel Award Winners

Zinzi Somana

Combining morphological characteristics and DNA barcoding to clarify the biodivesrity of larval fishes and invertebrates on the East Coast of South Africa

Rhodes University, South Africa

iBOL 2017 Travel Award Winners

Rendi Muthaphuli

Epischoenus (Schoeneae, Cyperaceae): Taxonomic revision and DNA barcodes

University of Cape Town, South Africa

iBOL 2017 Travel Award Winners

Mudzuli Mavhunga

Soil Fusarium in the Gauteng grassland biome

University of Johannesburg, South Africa

iBOL 2017 Travel Award Winners

Kerry Etsebeth

Phylogenetic and biodiversity studies in Alcyonacea (Octocorallia) from the iSimangaliso Park, South Africa using multi-locus DNA barcoding

University of KwaZulu Natal, South Africa

iBOL 2017 Travel Award Winners

Sachin Dorasamy

A phylogenetic analysis and study of the breeding and pollination system of South African Wurmbea species (Colchicaceae)

University of KwaZulu Natal, South Africa

iBOL 2017 Travel Award Winners

Fortunate Phaka

Amphibian diversity and Community-based ecotourism in Ndumo Game Reserve, South Africa

North-West University, South Africa

iBOL 2017 Travel Award Winners

Judith Kushata

Comparative phylogeography of three anuran species in the Eastern Cape province forests, South Africa

Stellenbosch University, South Africa

iBOL 2017 Travel Award Winners

Khanyi Shabangu

Sisyranthus: A poorly known genus within Apocynaceae from southern Africa

University of Johannesburg, South Africa

iBOL 2017 Travel Award Winners

Andries van der Walt

Taxonomic and functional diversities of edaphic microbial communities in South African drylands

University of Pretoria, South Africa

2017 Travel Award Winners

Serita van der Wal

Biodiversity, ecology and effect on hosts of branchial cavity inhabiting fish parasitic isopods (Cymothoidae) from southern Africa

North-West University, South Africa

iBOL 2017 Travel Award Winners

Courtney Puckree-Padau

The genus Spongites (Corallinales, Rhodophyta) in South Africa

The University of the Western Cape, South Africa

iBOL 2017 Travel Award Winners

Michaela van Staden

The development and application of a novel molecular marker panel for comparative genomics in the southern African endemic catshark genus, Haploblepharus

Stellenbosch University, South Africa