1974 D.Phil. University of Sussex
1975 MRC Researc Scientist, MIMR London
1977 Lecturer University of Edinburg
1995 Senior Lecturer University of Edinburgh
Lectures in Evolution in Action 2 and Genes & Gene Action 2
Course Organiser of Developmental Biology 3
Zoology Honours Programme Organiser
I am a Developmental Biologist, mainly interested in spatial pattern formation in insects and in evolution of the mechanisms involved. Past research projects have included insect limb regeneration; segmentation in insect embryos; and the control of growth and size in relation to temperature. My current research concerns the specification of colour patterns on developing butterfly and moth wings.
Conserved developmental processes and the formation of evolutionary novelties: examples from butterfly wings
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, vol. 363, pp. 1549-1555
Research output: Contribution to Journal › Article (Published)
Evolution: Have wings come, gone and come again?
Current Biology, vol. 13
Research output: Contribution to Journal › Short survey (Published)