Gera W. H. Hol

Netherlands Institute of Ecology (NIOO-KNAW), Wageningen, Netherlands

In 2012 I started a 5-year position at the Centre for Soil Ecology (NIOO-KNAW and WUR) to develop my own research line on the role of rare microbes in terrestrial soil systems.

After my PhD (Leiden University NL) on the role of pyrrolizidine alkaloids in plant defence against soil-borne fungi, I obtained a post-doc within the Marie Curie Research and Training Network project ECOTRAIN (IGER Aberystwyth UK/IVLO Merelbeke BE). In this project I tested the contribution of plant symbionts to suppression of soil-borne pests in natural ecosystems. My next position (NIOO-KNAW Wageningen NL) focused on functional biodiversity, specifically linking above-belowground multitrophic interactions.

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Behavioural Ecology

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