I am a Departmental Lecturer in Biology (Behaviour) in the Department of Zoology at Oxford. I'm currently studying the effects of mating on female aggression in fruit flies, and looking at female-female aggression in a variety of other species (including humans!).
Find out more about my research on my Research page.
I have started two new positions - my new job is being the Departmental Lecturer in Biology (Behaviour) in the Department of Zoology, University of Oxford!
I've also started as a Stipendiary Lecturer in Biology at Lady Margaret Hall, University of Oxford.
I was invited to give a seminar at the Department of Zoology at the University of Cambridge.
Thanks to Dr Rahia Mashoodh for hosting me.
I was invited to give a seminar at the Centre for Biological Diversity at St Andrews University.
Thanks to Dr Catherine Sheard for hosting me.
My latest paper with Stu Wigby and Ju Morimoto has been published in Functional Ecology!
Dani Edmunds, Lucy Harper, and I ran a BIG experiment on sex ratio and aggression, investigating how sexual selection may alter male and female aggression.