About me

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I am an enthusiastic behavioural and evolutionary ecologist, broadly interested in the evolution of individual variation in behaviours and life-history strategies in wild animal populations. I am particularly interested in the role of social effects in the emergence and maintenance of observed phenotypic variation.

I’m currently employed as a postdoc researcher at the University of Groningen (the Netherlands) and work on a range of topics: evolution of animal personality, local adaptation processes, dispersal ecology, life-history evolution and avian colouration.

I conduct most of my research on long-term monitored passerine populations performing large-scale experiments in the wild and using tools from behavioural ecology and quantitative genetics.

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