> Conservation Genetics, Graduate level course, Albert Katz International School for Desert Studies.
• Gili Greenbaum, MSc, jointly with Prof. Yair Zarmi, BGU. Exploration of the deterministic and stochastic components in the development of genetic structure within a colonizing population: Quantitative models and their empirical testing. 2011 –2013.
• Tamar Ben-Nun, MSc, jointly with Prof. Amos Bouskila, BGU. Social behavior and genetic relatedness of wild ass (Equus hemionus) females in the northern Negev. 2012 –2014.
• Alon Ziv MSc, jointly with Prof. Amos Bouskila, BGU. Males’ social behavior and space use patterns in the Asiatic wild ass (Equus hemionus). 2013- 2016.
• Yael Rogers, MSc, jointly with Dr. Gidon Winters, Dead Sea-Arava Science center. Genetic diversity of Acacia tortilis in the Negev and the Arava deserts and implications to its conservation. 2013-2015.
• Lior Ventura, MSc, jointly with Prof. Yael Lubin, BGU. Effects of colony density on dispersal. 2013-2015.
• Ariel Altman, MSc, jointly with Amos Bouskila, BGU. Females grouping patterns as a function of habitat characteristics and males' territoriality: The Asiatic Wild Ass in the Negev. 2-14-2016.
• Idan Goodman, MSc, jointly with Prof. David Saltz, BGU and Dr Gila Kahila Bargal, HUJI. Large scale genetic structure in the Nubian ibex in Israel. 2014-2016.
• Orly Brandeis , MSc, jointly with Dr. Gidon Winters, Dead Sea-Arava Science center and Prof. David Saltz, BGU. Contemporary and potential gene flow among Acacia tortilis subpopulations. 2015-present.
• Yuval Cohen, MSc, jointly with Prof. Carmi Korine, BGU. Can insectivorous bats be integrated into pest management of cotton.. 2015-present.
• Sharon Renan, PhD, jointly with Profs. Amos Bouskila, BGU and Alan Templeton, Washington University, St. Louis. From behavioral patterns to Genetic structure: The reintroduced Asiatic wild ass in the Negev. 2010-2014.
• Gil Eshel, PhD, jointly with Dr. Simon Barak and Prof. Aharon Fait, BGU. Identifying stress response genes and mechanisms in Anastatica heirochuntica, a relative of Arabidopsis from the Negev Desert that is tolerant to multiple abiotic stresses. 2012-2016
• Gili Greenbaum, PhD, jointly with co-advisors: Profs. Yair Zarmi, BGU, Alan Templeton, Washington University. Characteristics of Genetic diversity in small populations and their implications to ecological dynamics and evolutionary processes. 2013-present.
• Yehonathan Tichon, PhD, jointly with Prof. David Saltz, BGU. Predictive model of the ibex population in the Jodea Desert: Demography and spatial structure. 2016-present.
• Nina Giotto, Post-Doctoral fellow, jointly with Profs. Alan Templeton, Washington University and Amos Bouskila, BGU. Research entitled: "Monitoring spatial-social structure: a tool for the conservation of the reintroduced wild ass. 2013-2015.
• Miri Tsalyuk, Post-Doctoral fellow, jointly Prof. David Saltz, BGU. Research entitled: " From movement to demography: integrating the effects of landscape, movement and social behavior on the genetic structure of reintroduced wild ass. 2016-present.