Research and Teaching Interests
My research integrates population genomic, evolutionary, and ecological analyses to explore the ways that population structures form, persist, collapse, and change through time. This involves both intensive field-based work on wild animal populations and computer-based data modelling and analysis.
If you are interested in joining the group for field, lab, or computer based aspects of this work please get in touch! There will be positions available beginning this summer.
Landscape and population genetics, evolutionary ecology, local adaptation, gene flow and genetic drift, conservation and management, behaviour