Chair for Terrestrial Ecology
Department for Life Science Systems
TUM School of Life Sciences
Technische Universität München
|02/2019-||present||PhD student at the Chair of Terrestrial Ecology Department of Ecology and Ecosystem management Technische Universität München, Freising (Germany) under the supervision of Dr. S. Zytynska and Prof. W. Weisser. Topic: The functional relevance of multitrophic interactions in a cereal crop system.|
|10/2016-||06/2018||M. Sc. Landscape Ecology and Nature conservation Ernst-Moritz-Arndt-Universität, Greifswald (Germany). Thesis: Challenges or opportunities: A case study of using DNA barcoding in the sclerotia and plasmodial stages of Myxomycetes developing from subtropical moist chamber cultures.|
|08/2017-||09/2018||Internship molecular biology Research group of special Botany, Institute of Botany, Ernst-Moritz-Arndt-Universität, Greifswald (Germany).|
|08/2009-||06/2015||B. Sc. Biology University of Tolima, Ibagué (Colombia).|
|09/2010-||06/2015||Ed-cational guide and research assistant Part time, Botanical Garden San Jorge, Ibague (Colombia).|
|04/2012-||06/2012||Laboratory assistant Part-time, Research group of Biotechnology and Plant tissue culture, University of Tolima, Ibagué (Colombia).|
- Ecological interactions through diverse biotic and abiotic factors
- Beneficial plant associations
- Plant growth -microorganisms
- Agroecology and nature conservation
- Plant genetics and molecular biology
Plant- microbe- invertebrate interactions – The functional relevance of tritrophic interactions in a cereal crop system, DFG (2018-2021).
Shchepin, O. N., N. H. Dagamac, O. M. Sanchez, Y. K. Novozhilov, M. Schnittler and I. V. Zemlyanskaya. DNA barcoding as a tool for identification of plasmodia and sclerotia of myxomycetes (Myxogastria) appearing in moist chamber cultures. Mycosphere 8 (10), 2017, 1904-1913. DOI:10.5943/mycosphere/8/10/13
Conference Talks and Poster
Acyl-homoserine lactones, earthworms, and soil nutrients alter the effect of microbe-mediated aphid pest suppression on barley. Sanchez O, Klink S, Rothballer M, Heinen Robin Zytynska S. Ecology Across Borders, BES virtual annual meeting. December 12-15, 2021.
Abiotic factors alter the effect of microbe-mediated plant growth promotion and suppression of sap-sucking herbivores. Sanchez O, Klink S, Rothballer M, Heinen Robin, Weisser WW, Zytynska S, Entomology 2020, ESA's Virtual Annual Meeting. November 11-25, 2020.
The functional relevance of tritrophic interaction in cereal crop system. Sanchez O & Zytynska S. Final meeting COST, phytobiomes and plant health: from basics to application. Thessaloniki, Greece January 2019. Second place in best poster award.
Multi-trophic interactions influence the effect of beneficial microbes on plant growth and pest suppression. Sanchez O, Klink S, Rothballer M, Schröder P, Weisser WW, Zytynska S. German Ecological Society annual meeting GFÖ. Münster, Germany, September 9-13, 2019.