You are hereUNIL > Department of Ecology and Evolution > People > Previous Collaborators > Morgan Pearcy

Morgan Pearcy

Research interests | Curriculum vitae
 

Research interests

I am interested in the evolution of social behaviours in Hymenoptera. Ants, for instance, display a wide range of social organizations. My research works focus on the selective pressures responsible for the evolution of such different lifestyles and reproductive strategies.

My present research work concerns the proximal mechanisms underlying social organization in ants.

Curriculum vitae

2006 - present
Postdoc (European Molecular Biology Organization) working with Laurent Keller, DEE, Université de Lausanne (Switzerland).

2001-2005
Ph.D. "Reproductive strategies in the ant Cataglyphis cursor", Université Libre de Bruxelles (Belgium), under supervision of Prof. Serge Aron. Awarded jan 2006.

1996 - 1999
B.S. Life sciences (zoology). Université Libre de Bruxelles (Belgium).

Search:
 inside this site:
   
   
 Go
 
rss/atom

MPearcy.jpg

Member of Keller group
Biophore - CH-1015 Lausanne  - Switzerland  -  Tel. +41 21 69241 60  -  Fax +41 21 69241 65
Swiss University