A passionate ecophysiologist, molecular ecologist and evolutionary biologist, with 10 years of research and teaching experience. As a passionate ecophysiologist, molecular ecologist and evolutionary biologist, my research interests broadly include developmental biology, phenotypic plasticity, and adaptive evolution. Generally, my research aims to investigate species’ resilience to climate change which affects behaviour, life-history, and fitness. Using vertebrate ectotherms as model systems, I have 10 years of research experience manipulating field and laboratory conditions to investigate species’ responses to environmental stress during development.
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