- Email Address
- [email protected]
- Research Areas
- Research Keywords
- Research Description
My lab's mission is to advance our understanding of biological responses to global change and contribute to solutions for people and nature.
- Research Summary
We aim to advance our fundamental understanding of the drivers of biodiversity change and the consequences of these changes for human well-being. Our research advances a solution to this research challenge by studying the processes that unite all of life on Earth – the metabolic processes by which living systems uptake, store and convert energy, matter and information from their environments to grow and persist. We combine theory, experiments and synthesis to study how living systems change as the environment changes, and what these changes mean for human well-being.
- Techniques Used
We use a combination of experimental evolution, whole-genome re-sequencing, and competition experiments.
- Locations of international collaborators
Great Lakes Fisheries Commission, Michigan State University, University of Georgia (USA); University of Tasmania (Australia); Uppsala University (Sweden); University of Freiburg, University of Konstanz, University of Potsdam, Max Planck Institute of Animal Behavior (Germany); Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology (Switzerland); National Institute of Genetics (Japan); WasserCluster Lunz-Inter-university Center for Aquatic Ecosystems Research (Austria).