Population and quantitative genetics.  ​​I am interested the relationship between social systems and genetic structure, as well as phenotypic evolution models.

Evolutionary demography.  Mostly I am interested in using matrix population models for studying population dynamics and life history evolution. 

Evolutionary Morphology.  A lot of my research looks at how morphological elements, particularly relating to movement, are shaped by patterns of natural and sexual selection. 

Locomotor behavior.  I am interested in quantifying how wild primates move about their habitat, especially the development of locmotor behavior.  Some of this work involves platyrrhines. 

Sexual selection.  I am interested in the factors that contribute to differences in reproductive success as well as the evolutionary consequences of reproductive skew.

Here is a more complete research statement, and here is my C.V.

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