Evolutionary Biologist in the making…
Currently studying M.Sc by Research at University of Lincoln (UK), focusing on the evolutionary theories and mechanisms of sexual selection in us – humans.
I have always had a keen interest in biology, and am constantly fascinated by the wonders of our natural world. Throughout my undergraduate degree in Biology, this passion of mine continued to grow as I discovered more and more of what we can understand in this science. From knowledge that ranges right from molecular, genetics, microorganisms to whole organisms, ecosystems, natural laws, and everything in between and beyond.
As time goes on I have taken a real shine towards all things evolutionary. I love exploring the theories and mechanisms which drive how our world is continuously shaped over time by evolution. This has lead to the focus of my current research- trying to understand how these natural forces, specifically sexual selection, have and are affecting us!
Given that social and cultural factors directly integrate into my research, I think it is important that science and knowledge is brought into public light. As a feminist and believer in equality, I enjoy bringing my views into perspective of both scientific and social questions that surround the evolution of humanity.