I am a theoretician using mathematical and computational models to investigate the evolutionary ecology of sexual systems. In particular my research has focused on the role of sex-specific selection in generating evolutionary conflict between males and females (sexual conflict), and the consequences of this for population demography and patterns of genetic variation. My other interests include the evolution of mating systems and sexual behaviour in animals.
BA in Biology, University of Oxford
MRes in Computational Biology, Imperial College London, 2017-18
PhD in Theoretical Evolutionary Ecology, Imperial College London,
Postdoctoral researcher, UNIL,
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