Maja Tarka is back as a researcher

Hi everyone!

I am now back in Lund after a three year postdoc in Trondheim at NTNU, where I
worked on evolvability of sexual dimorphism and consequences of sex on
pace-of-life syndromes. I am an evolutionary ecologist with a focus on the
genetic architecture and evolutionary dynamics of wild animal populations.

I will now continue working on my favourite study system, the great reed
warblers at Lake Kvismaren, and dig into questions on trade-offs between
immunity and lifespan in combination with sexual conflicts. I will be
affiliated as a researcher in Dennis Hasselquist’s and Bengt Hansson’s research
groups.

In my spare time, I like to listen to music, hang out with my human and
non-human friends and grow my own food.

Looking forward to meeting you all!

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