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Ye Xiong

Doctoral student

I call myself a 'light green' biologist as I enjoy working both in the field and the lab. I have strong interests in evolutionary biology, such as the mechanisms governing fitness.

During my BSc and research internship, I studied trade-offs and fitness effects in the collared flycatcher (Ficedula albicollis), and I studied early nutrition impacts on immunity during altricial development of great tit (Parus major) nestlings for my MSc.

My current research is focused on immunoecology. I will use zebra finches (Taeniopygia guttata) to understand the the associations between telomere length, immune responses, and immune costs.

11 zebra finches sitting on a branch in a big cage.
Zebra finches in a cage
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Ye Xiong sitting on a field outside. She is smiling as a bird she is holding in her hand bites her fingers
E-mail: ye [dot] xiong [at] biol [dot] lu [dot] se

Doctoral student

MEMEG

E-C224

Sölvegatan 37, Lund

50

Reserach goup

Molecular Ecology and Evolution Lab

Projects

Immunoecology

Supervisors

Main supervisor

Dennis Hasselquist