Researchers in the Genetics, Ecology and Evolution research theme study animals in their environments, finding out how genes create organisms, and how organisms adapt to their surroundings.
We examine fundamental genetic processes including:
We also carry out behavioural, immunological and ecological investigations in many animal groups.
Our research is funded by a variety of research councils and charities.
Human genome analysis and genetic diversity
Parasitology of mammals
Population genetics and genome evolution
Genetics and evolution of centromere assembly in vertebrates and fission yeast
Identification, association and functional analysis of SNPs in human genetic disorders
Evolutionary and developmental genetics
Animal Behaviour, sexual selection and trade-offs
Animal behaviour, marine biology and coral reef biology
Evolution, ecology, behaviour and conservation
Evolution, population and conservation genetics of spiders
Genetic polymorphisms controlling gene expression in eukaryotes
The role of ecology in driving natural selection
Genetics and evolution of bacteria-insect interactions
Evolutionary, behavioural and population ecology of animals
Cancer biology and early vertebrate development
Evolutionary relationships in the planktonic foraminifera and pulmonate land snails and slugs
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