How do maternal and early-life experiences shape development and life history?
What are the consequences of these effects for individuals and populations?
Welcome to the website for the Evolution and Vector Ecology (EVE) group in the School of Biological Sciences, University of Bristol. We combine modelling, comparative and empirical approaches to investigate questions such as why some species give birth to live young, and the consequences of extreme maternal investment for evolutionary and population processes.
Read about our research and get in touch if you are interested in learning more or to discuss opportunities to join us. We will advertise job opportunities here, and are always happy to discuss potential research Masters, PhD or early career fellowship projects.
Research funded by
Dr Sinead English
Evolution & Vector Ecology Lab
School of Biological Sciences
University of Bristol