Evolutionary ecology explicitly links ecological and life-history thinking. We are interested in developing mathematical models for addressing a wide range of problems in evolutionary ecology including the evolution of parental care, longevity and cooperation. Central to our research paradigm is distinguishing between the evolution and maintenance of life-history strategies.
After completing an undergraduate degree in Integrative Biology and a MSc degree at the University of Tours (France), I decided to steer my studies towards the theoretical and mathematical approaches in biology by enrolling in a MSc degree program in Ecological Modelling at the University of Rennes (France). My research project in Oxford aims to decipher the potential role of phenotypic plasticity in the evolution of other complex traits, as parental care for example.
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