Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg


Tabea Streicher

room 6.09
Hoher Weg 8
D-06120 Halle (Saale)

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M.Sc. Tabea Streicher

Research interests

  • Host-parasite interactions
  • Bee viruses
  • Viral evolution
  • Sustainable beekeeping

Research projects


  • Viral eco-evolutionary dynamics of wild and domestic pollinators under global change

VOODOO aims to discover how the eco-epidemiological dynamics of plant-pollinator-virus interactions from individual to community levels are modulated by changes in the availability and quality of nutritional resources driven by global change pressures.

  • Giving beekeeping guidance by computational-assisted decision making

B-GOOD will pave the way towards healthy and sustainable beekeeping within the European Union by following a collaborative and interdisciplinary approach.

Merging data from within and around beehives as well as wider socioeconomic conditions, B-GOOD will develop and test innovative tools to perform risk assessments according to a novel Health Status Index (HSI).

B-GOOD has the overall goal to provide guidance for beekeepers and help them make better and more informed decisions.

For more information please visit the B-GOOD website.

Curriculum vitae

Since 2019

Ph.D. candidate, Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg, Institute of Biology, General Zoology

2015 - 2018

Master of Science in Biology, Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg

Thesis: ‘Viral host-adaptation of Deformed wing virus to Apis mellifera versus Bombus terrestris

2011 - 2015

Bachelor of Science in Biology, Technical University Dresden