Dr. Tristan A.F. Long
Assistant Professor, Biology
Contact InformationEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: 519-884-0710 ext.4625 | lab ext.2888
Office Location: N3022F
Personal Website: http://thelonglab.blogspot.ca/
EEB Departmental Post-Doctoral Fellow (September 2009 July 2010), Department of Ecology, & Evolutionary Biology, University of Toronto.
Post-Doctoral Fellow (July 2005 August 2009), Department of Ecology, Evolution & Marine Biology,University of California at Santa Barbara.
Ph.D. 2005, Department of Biology, Queens University.
M.Sc. 2001, Department of Zoology, University of Guelph,
B.Sc. (Honours Ecology & Evolution) 1999, Department of Zoology, University of Western Ontario.
Research: I work on a diverse array of topics in the areas of population, ecological and evolutionary genetics. This includes the study of:
Speciation and the processes that promote or prevent divergence
Sexual selection, sexual conflict and population dynamics
Evolution of mating systems and reproductive isolation
Genetic and environmental sources of phenotypic and fitness variation
The process of adaptation, using experimental evolution techniques
Bi111: Biological Diversity & Evolution
Bi605: Evolutionary Ecology (co-taught with Scott Ramsay & Kevin Stevens)
Bi612: Advanced Biostatistics
In the News
Listen to an interview on sexual conflict on CBC radio's Quirks & Quarks (5th story on page)