Dr. Maria Teresa Almanza Fandino

Country of current residence

Germany

Current position

Product Development Manager

Current institute employer

Bayer CropScience

Since

2010

Website current institute
Profession

Biologist

Specialisation

Entomology; Agriculture biodiversity

Degrees / expertise

2003-2007 Doktor der Agrarwissentschaften (University of Bonn)

1996- 1999 M.Sc. in Biology (Universidad de los Andes, Bogotá)

1990-1996 B.Sc. in Biology (Universidad de los Andes, Bogotá)

Professional experience

Product Development Manager Beneficials and Pollinators- Bayer CropScience

Alfred-Nobelstr.50

40789 Monheim am Rhein

 

Ecotoxicology Expert- Non-Target-Arthropods and Bees- Bayer CropScience- Alfred-Nobel Str. 50 Bldg. 6620 40789 Monheim- Germany:

 

 

- Previous Employments

Member of the WiS team, part-time work

Project WissenschaftsScheune (WiS)

Max-Planck Institute for Plant Breeding Research, Cologne- Germany. September 2008- June 2009

Assitant Professor at the Faculty of Sciences, Universidad M. Nueva Granada, Cra. 11 N 101-80 Bogotá - Colombia. www.umng.edu.co.

February 2000 to June 2008

 

Associated researcher at Instituto de Genética, Universidad de los Andes. Bogotá Colombia. www.uniandes.edu.co. 1996- 1999

2007

Almanza Fandino, M.  2007.  Management of Bombus atratus bumblebees to pollinate lulo (Solanum quitoense L), a native fruit from the Andes of Colombia.  Doctoral thesis at  Faculty of Agriculture, University of Bonn.  Further Information

2003

Vergara, C., S. Schröder, M. Almanza and D. Wittmann.  2003.  , D. 2003. Suppression of ovarian development of Bombus terrestris (Linnaeus) workers by B. terrestris queens, Psithyrus vestalis (Geoffroy) and Psithyrus bohemicus Seidl females.  Apidologie Vol. 34 N°6, .

Additionals, Curriculum Vitae
and Downloads
Research countries
  • Colombia
Research projects

Leader of following research projects:

1. “Development of bumblebee colonies of native species of the Andes of Colombia to pollinate tomato crops under green-houses” (2003-2005) Concluded. Financed amount ’200,000 COP (€ 14.400 aprox.) by the research

Additional information

mtalmanza@hotmail.com

Professional experience

Product Development Manager Beneficials and Pollinators- Bayer CropScience

Alfred-Nobelstr.50

40789 Monheim am Rhein

 

Ecotoxicology Expert- Non-Target-Arthropods and Bees- Bayer CropScience- Alfred-Nobel Str. 50 Bldg. 6620 40789 Monheim- Germany:

 

 

- Previous Employments

Member of the WiS team, part-time work

Project WissenschaftsScheune (WiS)

Max-Planck Institute for Plant Breeding Research, Cologne- Germany. September 2008- June 2009

Assitant Professor at the Faculty of Sciences, Universidad M. Nueva Granada, Cra. 11 N 101-80 Bogotá - Colombia. www.umng.edu.co.

February 2000 to June 2008

 

Associated researcher at Instituto de Genética, Universidad de los Andes. Bogotá Colombia. www.uniandes.edu.co. 1996- 1999

Degrees

2003-2007 Doktor der Agrarwissentschaften (University of Bonn)

1996- 1999 M.Sc. in Biology (Universidad de los Andes, Bogotá)

1990-1996 B.Sc. in Biology (Universidad de los Andes, Bogotá)

Doctoral research funded by

BMZ via DAAD & GTZ; Colombia

Former Junior Researcher

Former Department:
ZEF C: Department of Ecology and Natural Resources Management