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I am a theoretical biologist working on social evolution theory and modelling behavioural evolution more generally.
I have a Masters in computational biology from Imperial and I completed my DPhil at the University of Oxford. I was previously a Postdoctoral researcher at Cambridge in the department of Zoology and the Centre for the Future of Intelligence.
I am interested in how evolution works and shapes complex animal behaviours.
My work has focused on social evolution specifically the evolution of altruistic and spiteful trait in bacteria and multicellular life.
I am also interested in using artificial life and simulations to ask more general questions about co-evolution and cooperation across species.
I have recently also been working on the evolution of intelligence and how we can use major transitions theory to better understand the evolution of animal and non-animal intelligences.
Data Science AI and Modelling Centre (DAIM)
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