Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg


Ina Lindenbaum

phone: +49 345 55 26390

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Hoher Weg 8
06120 Halle (Saale)

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Ina Lindenbaum

Ina Lindenbaum

Ina Lindenbaum

Research Interests

  • male reproductive biology
  • thermal biology
  • evolution
  • ageing


since 2021

PhD studies in the Animal Ecology Group, Institute for Biology, Martin‑Luther‑University Halle‑Wittenberg, Germany

2014 - 2021

Master of Science in Biosciences (M.Sc.), University of Münster, Germany

Master's thesis: "Effects of reproductive tissue ageing on sperm traits and fertilisation capacity in Drosophila melanogaster" supervised by Prof. Dr. Claudia Fricke

2011 - 2014

Bachelor of Science in Biosciences (B.Sc.), University of Münster, Germany

Bachelor's thesis: "Establishment of a long-term cell culture from Gasterosteus aculeatus" supervised by Prof. Dr. Joachim Kurtz



  • Dougherty, L. R., Frost, F., Maenpaa, M. I., Rowe, M., Cole, B. J., Vasudeva, R., Pottier, P.,  Schultner, E., Macartney, E. L., Lindenbaum, I.,  Smith, J. L.,  Carazo, P., Graziano, M., Weaving, H., Canal Domenech, B., Berger, D., Meena, A., Bishop, T. R., Noble, D. W. A.Price, T. A. R. (2024)  A systematic map of studies testing the relationship between temperature and animal reproduction. Ecological Solutions and Evidence,  5, e12303.   


  • Dennis AB, Ballesteros GI, Robin S, Schrader L, Bast J, Berghöfer J,  Beukeboom LW, Belghazi M, Bretaudeau A, Buellesbach J, Cash E, Colinet  D, Dumas Z, Errbii M, Falabella P, Gatti JL, Geuverink E, Gibson JD,  Hertaeg C, Hartmann S, Jacquin-Joly E, Lammers M, Lavandero BI, Lindenbaum I,  Massardier-Galata L, Meslin C, Montagné N, Pak N, Poirié M, Salvia R,  Smith CR, Tagu D, Tares S, Vogel H, Schwander T, Simon JC, Figueroa C,  Vorburger C, Legeai F, Gadau J (2020) Functional insights from the  GC-poor genomes of two aphid parasitoids, Aphidius ervi and Lysiphlebus fabarum. BMC Genomics 21(1):376. doi: 10.1186/s12864-020-6764-0   


  • Koppik M, Specker JH, Lindenbaum I, Fricke C. (2018) Physiological Maturation Lags Behind Behavioral Maturation in Newly Eclosed Drosophila melanogaster Males. Yale J Biol Med. 21;91(4):399-408. PMID: 30588207; PMCID: PMC6302630