About

eb873f6f-1a49-414e-a636-66f1dfee9ffaI am an evolutionary biologist interested in the causes and consequences of genomic conflicts. Currently, I am a Wenner-Gren Fellow at the Department of Organismic and Evolutionary Biology at Harvard University, hosted by David Haig.

My works is also deeply rooted in the history and philosophy of biology, and I am currently writing a book on the gene’s-eye view evolution, also known as selfish gene theory (to be published by Oxford University Press).

Prior to coming to Harvard, I was a postdoc in Andy Clark‘s lab in the Department of Molecular Biology and GeneticsCornell University, funded by the Sweden-America Foundation

I did my PhD work on transposable element and genome size evolution with Stephen Wright at the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at the University of Toronto. Throughout my time at U of T I was a Junior Fellow at Massey College. Before that I read biology at the University of Edinburgh.