In our laboratory, we take an integrated approach to understanding circadian time-keeping mechanisms using behavioural, evolutionary, sociobiological, physiological, and molecular genetic studies, augmented by manipulations of genes that modify circadian....Read More...
Name: Amitabh Joshi (Professor)
Contact Number: 2208- 2802 / 2803
My principal interest is in trying to better appreciate and understand adaptive evolution as a dynamic process in which the interaction of the ecology and genetics of a population shapes its evolution. I am also interested in understanding the dynamics of population....Read more...
Name: Sheeba Vasu (Ramanujan Fellow)
Contact Number: 2208- 2987 / 2580
My lab studies neuronal circuits in drosophilid flies that regulate rhythmic behaviours such as locomotor activity, sleep, adult-emergence, feeding and egg-laying.....Read More...
Name: Vidya T. N. C. (Senior Fellow)
Contact Number: 2208- 2968
I am primarily interested in animal behaviour and sociogenetics, as well as phylogeography. The behaviour of social animals is a complex response to the physical environment, as well as to interactions with conspecifics, which may offer inclusive fitness benefits or may....Read More...