Tobias Uller

Tobias Uller is Professor of Evolutionary Biology and Wallenberg Academy Fellow at Lund University, Sweden. Tobias’ research is focused on the processes that generate evolutionary diversification and adaptation, and he has a particular interest in the relationship between development, heredity and evolution. Recent topics include the role of plasticity and non-genetic inheritance in evolution, evolutionary transitions in sex-determining systems, and the structure of evolutionary theory.

Recent Posts

January 17, 2017 in Biology

Orchestrating the Extended Evolutionary Synthesis Research Project: An Interview with Tobias Uller

Tobias Uller's projects revolve around the idea that plasticity – that is, environmental effects on phenotypes – can initiate and direct evolutionary diversification.
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