Dr Regina Vega-Trejo

Research Interests

I am interested in behavioural and evolutionary biology. I am driven to try to understand the evolutionary consequences of environmental and social complexity for different traits including life-history traits, mate choice, and sperm traits.

I am driven to explore new avenues to understand key drivers of the evolution of traits such as behavioural variation and its link to environmental changes and learning abilities. I am also interested in broad questions that can be addressed through meta-analyses. I have always been intrigued by female cryptic choice and how males can modify their sperm to influence their reproductive success, and so performing empirical studies that link sperm traits with effects such as ageing and mate choice will be my focus for the next years.