My research aims at unravelling the evolutionary processes and eco-evolutionary interactions that drive the origin and maintenance of species. I currently work as a post-doctoral fellow in Astrid Groot's lab at the University of Amsterdam. My work focusses on speciation genetics and covers a wide range of topics including the genetic architecture of sexual communication, population genomics, host-microbiome co-evolution, and the predictability of genetic evolution. Read more about my current and past research on the nematode C. elegans, moths, crickets, and herpetofauna in the Research section of my website.
University of Amsterdam
Institute for Biodiversity and Ecosystem Dynamics
Science Park 904
1098 XH Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Post-doctoral research fellow at the University of Amsterdam