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PhD in Valencia (2010), post docs in Sydney (2011) & Oxford (2012-2014). Currently 'Ramon y Cajal' Research Fellow (2015-). An addict to playing detective with nature.
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My research interests span a variety of questions in evolutionary ecology and macroecology, particularly traits involved in communication, ageing and sexual conflict.
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Reptiles have always fascinated me, which led me to study their Evolutionary Biology & Ecology. Co-supervised by Martin Whiting (Lizard Lab, Macquarie) and Pau Carazo.
BSc at Middle East Technical University in Ankara. MSc at TOBB University in Ankara. Interested in evolutionary biology, animal behaviour and genetics.
Msc in Animal Behaviour at Cordoba University. I cannot be reborn as a velociraptor, but I can study the evolution of colour signals in lizards. Close enough.
BSc and MSc at the University of Valencia. I'm interested in the evolution of ageing, sexual conflict, kin selection and animal cognition.
BSc Biology student. I've always felt great admiration towards animals, which is why I'm interested in the study of their behaviour, cognition and evolution.