Manchester Behavioural Evolution Research Group

Welcome to MaBE! We are a small (but growing) research group based in the Faculty of Life Sciences, University of Manchester.

Our research revolves around addressing outstanding issues in behavioural ecology and evolution, conservation biology and reproduction. We use a combination of theoretical modelling, experimental work, field studies and comparative analyses to address our questions. Some of our ongoing projects include:

The role of imprinting on evolutionary dynamics (TG)

Social networks in equids (SS)

Agent based models of social evolution and learning (SS)

Evolution of reproductive traits (JF)

Comparative approaches to the evolution of mating systems, population structure, and sociality (JF and SS)

Species sensitivity to environmental change (SS)

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