Malcolm Augat

I am a PhD candidate in the Brodie lab at the University of Virginia.

My research explores phenotypic evolution in sexual species — in particular, constraints on sexual dimorphism evolution in species with complex mating systems. My current work involves estimating heritabilities, sexual selection, and gene flow in the gynodioecious plant Silene vulgaris.

See my research page for more details.

Mailing address:

University of Virginia
Department of Biology
P.O. Box 400328
Charlottesville, VA 22904



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