Andrew Pomiankowski, PhD

Affiliations: 
Genetics, Evolution & Environment University College London, London, United Kingdom 
  
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Daniel Falush grad student
Zena Hadjivasiliou grad student UCL
Arunas Radzvilavicius grad student UCL
Sade Bates grad student 2018- UCL
Florencia Camus post-doc UCL (FlyTree)
Richard H. Baker post-doc 1999-2001 UCL
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Finnegan SR, Mondani M, Fowler K, et al. (2021) Meiotic drive does not cause condition-dependent reduction of the sexual ornament in stalk-eyed flies. Journal of Evolutionary Biology
Pomiankowski A, Thomas MG, Jones S, et al. (2020) Eugenics history: university geneticists respond. Nature. 580: 321
Meade L, Finnegan SR, Kad R, et al. (2020) Maintenance of Fertility in the Face of Meiotic Drive. The American Naturalist. 195: 743-751
Finnegan SR, White NJ, Koh D, et al. (2019) Meiotic drive reduces egg-to-adult viability in stalk-eyed flies. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 286: 20191414
Hadjivasiliou Z, Pomiankowski A. (2019) Evolution of asymmetric gamete signaling and suppressed recombination at the mating type locus. Elife. 8
Howie JM, Dawson HAC, Pomiankowski A, et al. (2019) Limits to environmental masking of genetic quality in sexual signals. Journal of Evolutionary Biology
Hadjivasiliou Z, Pomiankowski A. (2019) Author response: Evolution of asymmetric gamete signaling and suppressed recombination at the mating type locus Elife
Finnegan SR, Nitsche L, Mondani M, et al. (2019) Does meiotic drive alter male mate preference Behavioral Ecology. 31: 194-201
Meade LC, Dinneen D, Kad R, et al. (2018) Ejaculate sperm number compensation in stalk-eyed flies carrying a selfish meiotic drive element. Heredity
Meade L, Harley E, Cotton A, et al. (2017) Variation in the benefits of multiple mating on female fertility in wild stalk-eyed flies. Ecology and Evolution. 7: 10103-10115
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