- Assistant Professor, Redpath Museum
- Canada Research Chair of Biodiversity Science
Conservation, Ecology, Evolution and Behaviour
Areas of expertise:
My work is motivated by a desire to understand the genetic basis of adaptation to changing environments. My research bridges theoretical and empirical approaches in population genetics, evolutionary ecology, and molecular biology to ask questions about the reciprocal interactions between ecological and evolutionary processes. I pursue this research program with a variety of key study systems, including stickleback fish, deer mice, and microbes.