Bilde av Appenroth, Daniel
Bilde av Appenroth, Daniel
Department of Arctic and Marine Biology daniel.appenroth@uit.no +4777644805 98626116 Here you can find me

Daniel Appenroth



  • Mattis Jayme van Dalum, Laura van Rosmalen, Daniel Appenroth, Fernando Cazarez Marquez, Renzo T. M. Roodenrijs, Lauren de Wit et al.:
    Ambient Temperature Effects on the Spring and Autumn Somatic Growth Trajectory Show Plasticity in the Photoneuroendocrine Response Pathway in the Tundra Vole
    Journal of Biological Rhythms 2023 ARKIV / DOI
  • David Grey Hazlerigg, Barbara Mizumo Tomotani, Alexander Christopher West, Daniel Appenroth, Shona Hiedi Wood :
    Biological timekeeping in polar environments: lessons from terrestrial vertebrates
    Journal of Experimental Biology 2023 DOI
  • Daniel Appenroth, Andreas Nord, David Hazlerigg, Gabriela Wagner :
    Body Temperature and Activity Rhythms Under Different Photoperiods in High Arctic Svalbard ptarmigan (Lagopus muta hyperborea)
    Frontiers in Physiology 2021 ARKIV / DOI
  • Daniel Appenroth, Gabriela Wagner, David Hazlerigg, Alexander Christopher West :
    Evidence for circadian-based photoperiodic timekeeping in Svalbard ptarmigan, the northernmost resident bird
    Current Biology 21. June 2021 ARKIV / DOI
  • Laura van Rosmalen, Mattis Jayme van Dalum, Daniel Appenroth, Renzo T. M. Roodenrijs, Lauren de Wit, David Grey Hazlerigg et al.:
    Mechanisms of temperature modulation in mammalian seasonal timing
    The FASEB Journal 2021 ARKIV / DOI
  • Daniel Appenroth, Vebjørn Jacobsen Melum, Alexander Christopher West, Hugues Dardente, David Hazlerigg, Gabriela Wagner :
    Photoperiodic induction without light-mediated circadian entrainment in a High Arctic resident bird
    Journal of Experimental Biology 21. August 2020 ARKIV / DOI

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    Research interests

    Publications

    Evidence for circadian-based photoperiodic timekeeping in Svalbard ptarmigan, the northernmost resident bird. Daniel Appenroth, Gabriela C. Wagner, David G. Hazlerigg, and Alexander C. West. Current Biology (2021). DOI: 10.1016/j.cub.2021.04.009
    Body temperature and activity rhythms under different photoperiods in high Arctic Svalbard ptarmigan (Lagopus muta hyperborea). Daniel Appenroth, Andreas Nord, David Gray Hazlerigg, and Gabriela Christina Wagner. Frontiers in physiology 12 (2021): 256. DOI: 10.3389/fphys.2021.633866
    Photoperiodic induction without light-mediated circadian entrainment in a high arctic resident bird. Daniel Appenroth, Vebjørn J. Melum, Alexander C. West, Hugues Dardente, David G. Hazlerigg, and Gabriela C. Wagner. Journal of Experimental Biology 223, no. 16 (2020). DOI: 10.1242/jeb.220699
    Mechanisms of temperature modulation in mammalian seasonal timing. Laura van Rosmalen, Jayme van Dalum, Daniel Appenroth, Renzo TM Roodenrijs, Lauren de Wit, David G. Hazlerigg, and Roelof A. Hut. The FASEB Journal 35, no. 5 (2021): e21605. DOI: 10.1096/fj.202100162R
     

    Other academic works

    Circadian-based processes in the High Arctic: activity, thermoregulation and photoperiodism in the Svalbard ptarmigan (Lagopus muta hyperborea). Daniel Appenroth. Dissertation, UiT Norges arktiske universitet (Norway), 2021. DOI: 10037/20675
    Core body temperature cycles in captive Svalbard rock ptarmigan (Lagopus muta hyperborea). Daniel Appenroth. Master's thesis, UiT Norges arktiske universitet (Norway), 2016. DOI: 10037/10005
    Analysis of functional and morphological changes in the anterior cingulate cortex of Sharp-1 and Sharp-2 double knockout mice. Daniel Appenroth. Bachelor’s thesis, University of Göttingen (Germany), 2013.

    Teaching

    Teaching at the University of Tromsø (2016-2022)

    Lecturer in BIO1006, BIO2002, BIO3014 and BIO3008
    Lab assistant in BIO1006: Animal and plant physiology and BIO2002: Physiology II    
    Lab leader in BIO3014: Biological timekeeping
    Participant in the ‘Bestill en forsker’ event, i.e. teaching school classes about UiT research
    Seminar leader in BIO1002, BIO1006, BIO 2310, BIO3014 and BIO3008
                       BIO1002: Zoology; BIO1006: Animal and plant physiology; BIO 2310: Arctic Biology; BIO3014:                           Biological timekeeping; BIO3008: Animal physiology

     

    Supervision of Bachelor and Master students

    2018: Fredrik Markussen (BSc)
    2021: Linn Aspelund (MSc)
    2022: André Marhaug (BSc)


    Member of research group


    CV

    Postdoctoral research fellow at the University of Tromsø (current position)
    2017-2021: doctor philosophiae (PhD) in Chronobiology at the University of Tromsø
    2014-2016: Master of Science in Biology with focus on Arctic Animal Physiology at the University of Tromsø
    2011-2012: Erasmus student at the University of Manchester (UK)
    2009-2013: Bachelor of Science in Biology with focus on Neurobiology at the University of Gottingen (Germany)