Contact: evoldynamics [at] gmail.com
I study evolution – and in particular, the population genetics of adaptation and speciation – at the interface between theoretical and empirical biology. The approaches I use involve theoretical modeling, computational methods, and statistical data analysis.
Contact: irfragata [at] gmail.com
I am broadly interested in the mechanisms that allow populations to adapt to different environmental conditions (e.g. seasonal and/or clinal variation), particularly when there is some stochastic environmental variation.
Contact: blanckaert.a [at] gmail.com
I’m really interested in evolution in general. I like to approach the different questions relative to evolution and speciation using a theoretical approach.
PhD student (co-supervised by Isabel Gordo)
Contact: hermina.ghenu [at] gmail.com
My general interest is understanding how evolutionary forces shape genomes. I am particularly fascinated by intragenomic conflict and adaptive evolution acting on genomic architecture.
PhD student (co-supervised by Mónica Bettencourt Dias)
Contact: mlouro [at] igc.gulbenkian.pt
My general interests lie in understanding the organizing principles of biological systems, namely at the cell and subcellular levels. For my PhD I am studying centrosome amplification in cancer.
Visiting postdoc (October/November 2017)
Contact: emma.berdan [at] gu.se
I am interested in speciation and adaptation genomics and I am currently working with the seaweed fly Coelopa frigida, and will be visiting the Evolutionary Dynamics lab as part of my Marie-Curie Fellowship.
Contact: kramred [at] gmail.com
Proteins are essential for most aspects of living cells. These fascinating macromolecules are fundamental constituents of life as we know it. The amino acid sequence of a protein normally determines its three dimensional structure, which is often closely coupled to the fitness and function of the protein.
Contact: andteixeira [at] igc.gulbenkian.pt
I am interested in exploring the “why” for many things, but particularly for biological processes. I just finished my master’s in Evolutionary and Developmental Biology, and I am an insect lover, more specifically a social insect lover.
Summer project student
Contact: marianavidalpinheiro [at] gmail.com
I am very interested in the mechanisms that drive evolution and how these evolutionary forces shape the genomes of individuals and populations.
Summer project student (2016)
I am very curious about the application of mathematical models to the description and prediction of biological phenomena.