Our research focuses primarily on the study of the evolution of reproductive complexity in aquatic environments. We study a number of different freshwater and marine model systems using a combination of field, laboratory and experimental approaches to investigate how selective pressures contribute to the evolution of reproductive variation across time and space.
- Sexual selection and reproductive isolation
- Functional genomics of male pregnancy
- Genome evolution and diversification in Syngnathid fishes
- Historical biogeography of African freshwaters