Dr. Serena Dool

Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin

Zoologisches Institut und Museum
Allgemeine und Systematische Zoologie

Loitzer Str. 26
Gebäude 3.3, Raum 0.52
17489 Greifswald


  • speciation
  • phylogenetics
  • phylogeography and population genetics

Originalpaper und Reviews
Dool SE, Altewischer A, Fischer NM, Drees KP, Foster JT, Fritze M, Puechmaille SJ. 2018. Mating type determination within a microsatellite multiplex for the fungal pathogen Pseudogymnoascus destructans, the causative agent of white-nose disease in bats. Conservation Genetics Resources 1-4. Link
Dool SE, Orlova MV, Teeling EC. 2018. New Irish bat mite records. Irish Naturalists’ Journal 36 (1), 44-45.
Unterseher M, Karunarathna S, Garcia Cruz R, Dagamac N, Dahl M, Dool SE, et al. 2018. Mycobiomes of sympatric Amorphophallus albispathus and Camellia sinensis – case study revealed clear tissue preferences and differences in diversity and composition. Mycological Progress 17(4):489-500. DOI: 10.1007/s11557-018-1375-8
Dool SE, Kuenzel S, Haase M, Picker MD, Eberhard MJB. 2018. Variable molecular markers for the order Mantophasmatodea (Insecta). Journal of Heredity 109:477-483. Link
Teeling E, Vernes S, Davalos L, Ray D, Gilbert M, Myers E, Bat 1K Consortium*. 2018. Bat Biology, Genomes, and the Bat1K Project: To Generate Chromosome-Level Genomes for all Living Bat Species. Annual review of animal biosciences. 6:23-46. *SE Dool is a member of this consortium.
Carr M, Gonzalez G, Sasaki M, Dool SE, Ito K, Ishii A, et al. 2017. Identification of the same polyomavirus species in different African horseshoe bat species is indicative of short-range host-switching events. Journal of General Virology. 98:2771-85.
Dool SE, Puechmaille SJ, Kelleher C, McAney K, Teeling EC. 2016. The effects of human-mediated habitat fragmentation on a sedentary woodland-associated species (Rhinolophus hipposideros) at its range margin. Acta Chiropteralogica18(2):377-393.
Dool SE, O’Donnell C, F.J., Monks JM, Puechmaille SJ, Kerth G. 2016. Phylogeographic-based conservation implications for the New Zealand long-tailed bat, (Chalinolobus tuberculatus): identification of a single ESU and a candidate population for genetic rescue. Conservation Genetics 17(5):1067-1079.
Dool SE*, Puechmaille S*, Foley NM, Allegrini B, Bastian A, Mutumi G, Maluleke T, Odendaal LJ, Teeling E, Jacobs D. 2016. Nuclear introns outperform mitochondrial DNA in phylogenetic reconstruction: lessons from horseshoe bats (Rhinolophidae: Chiroptera). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution97:196-212. *both authors contributed equally
O’Donnell CFJ, Richter S, Dool SE, Monks JM, Kerth G. 2016. Genetic diversity is maintained in the endangered New Zealand long-tailed bat (Chalinolobus tuberculatus) despite a closed social structure and regular population crashes. Conservation Genetics17(1):91-102.
Dool SE, Puechmaille SJ, Dietz C, Juste J, Ibanez C, Hulva P, Roue SG, Petit EJ, Jones G, Russo D, Toffoli R, Viglino A, Martinoli A, Rossiter SJ, Teeling EC. 2013. Phylogeography and postglacial recolonization of Europe by Rhinolophus hipposideros: evidence from multiple genetic markers. Molecular Ecology22(15):4055-4070.
Teeling EC, Dool SE, Springer MS. 2012. Phylogenies, fossils and functional genes: the evolution of echolocation in bats. In: Gunnell GF, Simmons NB, editors. Evolutionary History of Bats: Fossils, Molecules & Morphology: Cambridge University Press.