Andrew Pomiankowski Society for Molecular Biology and Evolution Conference 2016

Andrew Pomiankowski

Andrew Pomiankowski is well known for his theoretical and experimental work in sexual selection, studying the evolution of female mate preferences, exaggerated male sexual traits used in courtship display, good genes signaling, sperm competition, meiotic drive and other forms of sex ratio distortion and the evolution of infertility. He has also worked on questions relating to the consequences of sexual reproduction for eukaryote evolution, including investigating sex determination and the evolution of gene networks, dosage compensation and sexually antagonistic alleles, genomic imprinting of sex chromosomes, mate choice in microorganisms, the evolution of mating types and true sexes, as well as the evolution of the germline and early membranes.

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