César Bertinetti Cerrato, MSc.
Ever since I was a kid I've been fascinated by nature. I grew up in a rural village in the Mediterranean Sea as a son of Argentinian immigrants. Santa Claus brought me my first toy microscope and so I started collecting insects and pine cones. After high school, I decided to pursue a degree in Biological Sciences at the University of Konstanz where I recently finished my Master's degree. Through my brief academic life, I've worked mainly with honeybees and cichlid fish, with a strong interest in ecology, behaviour and molecular evolutionary biology. Currently, I aim to combine genomic and ecological data with behavioural experiments to identify drivers of divergence in the visual system of fish and their implications for fitness.