Below are select poster presentations that I've given at conferences. Many were created while work was still ongoing and final conclusions hadn't been reached yet. Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions or want to discuss any of this work.
Five GuYs: Colours and Ys
Evolution and divergence of Poecilia parae Y chromosomes
Gordon Research Conference (and Seminar): Ecological and Evolutionary Genomics.
Poeciliid Research Conference
Mexico City, Mexico
Shifting cichlid color vision: The role of Tbx2a in opsin gene regulation
International Congress of Neuroethology.
Shifting cichlid color vision:
Tbx2a acts in trans of LWS opsin expression
Society for the Study of Evolution.
Beauty in the eyes of the beholders:
Color vision is tuned to mate preference in the Trinidadian guppy (Poecilia reticulata)
European Society for the Study of Evolution.
Color vision, conversion and choices:
The influence of genomic architecture on mate choice through opsin evolution
Gordon Research Conference: Behaviour, Evolution & Neuroethology.
Predation environment drives variation in mate choice via the visual system in Poecilia reticulata
Animal Behaviour Society.
Impacts of genomic and lighting environments on guppy color vision
American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).
**Winner Best Poster**
The Hybrid Sensory Expansion (HSE) hypothesis:
sensory repertoire expansion in a single generation
Joint Congress on Evolution.