Daniel Jablonski, principal investigator
Adam Javorčík is working on phylogeny and phylogeography of snakes, especially of the genus Dolichophis. His master thesis was about the phylogeography of Anguis colchica.
Petr & Simona Papežík are studying frogs of the genus Pelophylax in the Balkans and the evolutionary history and biogeography of Natrix tessellata. Simona is continuing her master's studies on the same tessellata topic.
Martin Raffaj is working on the distribution and species modeling of snakes in Central Europe. He is continuing his BSc. thesis about the distribution of Zamenis longissimus in Slovakia
Jakub Vrbňák likes to see blood parasites of water frogs in the Western Palearctic. He is continuing his BSc. thesis on blood parasites of amphibians and reptiles in the Western Palearctic
Laura Mičeková studying the genetic diversity of Xerotypthlops vermicularis in the Balkans and osteology of two cryptic taxa of the genus
Martina Lawson likes to know everything about the genus Dopasia in southeastern Asia
Petr Balej - an external student with a bachelor thesis on microrefugia of amphibians and reptiles in the Balkan Peninsula
Mária Hároníková - bachelor thesis about distribution and genetics of turtles in Slovakia
Zuzana Ježová - bachelor thesis about the ecology of turtles in Slovakia
Matúš Meszároš - unfinished bachelor project regarding the ecology of the genus Anguis in Slovakia
Lucia Švecová - bachelor thesis about the distribution of N. natrix and Natrix tessellata in Slovakia