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, Queen’s 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)