A little bit about me
BSc Biology & Biochemistry (U Canterbury, NZ)
MSc Evolutionary Biology (U Canterbury, NZ)
PhD Biology (U Queensland, AU)
I am an evolutionary biologist with a broad range of research interests scaling from molecules, to individuals, to populations, to communities.
I have a particular penchant for population genetics, but have used a diversity of methods (manipulative experiments, life history data, morphometrics, and bioinformatics) to address my research questions.
A common theme of my research is understanding how time, space, or ontogeny structure genotypic and phenotypic variation and ecological processes.
I am also an avid (self taught) coder and have dabbled in creating R packages and developing Shiny apps as teaching-learning resources for evolutionary genetics.