Experiment on Mercurialis annua


Meitreile fieldwork looking for frogs



I am an evolutionary biologist interested in sex chromosome evolution, sexual selection and speciation. I am currently based in Lawrence, Kansas.

I am currently working on chromosomal inversions and their effects in gene expression in monkey flowers, with John Kelly. I have also worked on two other plants (Silene latifolia, Mercurialis annua), the common frog (Rana temporaria), 2 Drosophila (D. montana, D. pseudoobscura) and a grasshopper (Podisma pedestris). See Research.

For a more formal description of my work, please check my CV page or .

If you are after scripts, longer workflows or lab protocols, the for academics pages are for you.

I will be very happy to further discuss anything mentioned in this website, please do not hesitate to contact me.


Department of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
2041 Haworth Hall
1200 Sunnyside Avenue
University of Kansas
Lawrence, KS 66045

Room 5032