I am a computational and mathematical evolutionary biologist, based at the Institute of Evolutionary Biology at The University of Edinburgh. My principal research interests revolve around the interactions between the evolution of reproductive modes, and what effect it has on natural selection.
I am especially interested in understanding why some species choose to partially or fully reproduce without the need for two parents, either via self–fertilisation or some degree of clonal reproduction. I am also keen on investigating genome data from organisms with different reproductive modes, to determine how the nature of selection differs due to the reproduction mode. More information is available on my Research Interests page.
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Institute of Evolutionary Biology
The University of Edinburgh
Charlotte Auerbach Road
Edinburgh EH9 3FL, UK
Tel: +44 (0)131 650 8683