Sunday, 9 December 2012

Dr Michael Kasumovic is an evolutionary biologist and part of the Ecology & Evolution Research group in the School of BEES at the University of New South Wales.

His research generally explores the innate differences between males and females and how the environment, both social and ecological, modifies these differences. He's also interested in how individuals maximize fitness in what seems to be a chaotic and unpredictable world. He's fascinated by how individuals use the information available during development to best make allocation decisions across suites of traits to best succeed in a future environment.


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