Queen Mary University of London funded doctoral student, studying the evolution of the fire ant's social chromosome system. Interested in genome evolution and population genetics. [Scholar] [LinkedIn] [ORCID] [Twitter]
MSc Genetics, Universidade de São Paulo (2013), Brazil. Current PhD student at QMUL, funded by Science Without Borders, CNPq, Brazil. Research interests: population genetics, molecular biology, epigenetics and bioinformatics. [Curriculum Vitae]
BSc University of Valencia, Spain; MSc Ecology and Evolutionary Biology QMUL. Current PhD student funded by the London NERC DTP. Using the genetic structure underlying social polymorphism in ants as an independent test of our understanding on sexual chromosome evolution. [DTP profile] [Twitter]
LIDo collaborative PhD student working on taxonomically restricted genes. Mathematician by training I am interested in answering biological questions using quantitative approaches. [LinkedIn]
Postgraduate research assistant studying the evolution of social structures in the Yellow Meadow Ant. Interests include eco-evolutionary dynamics, conservation science and taxonomy. MSc Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, QMUL; BSc Biodiversity & Conservation, Birkbeck. [Twitter] [LinkedIn]
Lawrence John Maynard
BSc student of Genetics at Queen Mary University of London. My interests include systems, programming, bioinformatics, longevity, and ecology.
QMUL funded PhD stundent. I am studying the evolution and development of sensory organs in arthropods. MSc Developmental, Neural and Behavioural Biology Georg-August-University of Göttingen; BSc Biology Georg-August-University of Göttingen.