Theoretical principles of evolution
We study the evolution of populations in response to variability in the environment, phenotypic plasticity, and trans-generational effects.
Experimental Evolution and the Genetics of Adaptation
By evolving populations in experimentally controlled settings we can identify factors that cause natural selection.
Gene Networks and Transcription Regulation
How do genes evolve to work together?
Sexual Selection, Sex Allocation, and Reproductive Strategies
The interplay between mating, sex allocation, and spatial heterogeneity.