Welcome! I am a biologist interested in the evolution of social relationships.
My research is broken into three major themes:
1. the biology of social bonds
2. the evolution of individual differences - e.g. personality and social network structure
3. the role of cooperation in social relationships
My work focuses on highly gregarious, group-living animals. I work mostly with data collected from wild or free-ranging groups, and specialise on study systems with uniquely long-term datasets.
2014-present: Associate Research Fellow, Centre for Research in
Animal Behaviour, University of Exeter
2010-present: Postdoctoral Associate, Duke University
PhD (2010) University of Roehampton, UK
MA (2005) University of Calgary, Canada
BSc (2003) Biology, McGill University, Canada