Our joined review “The search for sexually antagonistic genes: Practical insights from studies of local adaptation and statistical genomics” was accepted in Evolution Letters. [Preprint on bioRxiv]

Our recent paper “Are trade-offs really the key drivers of ageing and life span?” in Functional Ecology is online now! [Weblink]

About Me

I am a principal investigator in the Institute of Biology of the University of Neuchâtel, Switzerland, funded by the SNF Ambizione grant. I am interested in applying mathematical modelling and computer simulations to study problems in ecology and evolutionary biology. I am particularly enthusiastic about modelling the roles of sexual selection and sexual conflict in animal dispersal and life history evolution, and applying various mathematical tools to model microbial (e.g. bacteria-fungi) interactions. 

Keywords of my research interest: Sexual selection; Dispersal; Sexual dimorphism; Life history; Evolutionary game theory; Environmental stochasticity; Microbial interactions; Local adaptation; Climate change.