A little about me.

I’m a scientist working at the Jagiellonian University in Kraków (Poland) and the University of New South Wales in Sydney (Australia). I study biological evolution, with particular interest in quantitative genetics, phenotypic plasticity, evolution of colour and colourful signals, and sexual selection. In my work, I use extensively complex statistical tools and multi-level modelling. Apart from empirical studies, I conduct meta-analyses and comparative analyses, synthesising existing evidence and developing new ways of summarizing empirical evidence.

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Apart from science I also wear another hat: I’m a science illustrator and graphic designer. I design all science-related visual content, ranging from cheeky science t-shirts to formal infographics. If you are interested in commissioning your next visual work to me – please get in touch. You can find my recent projects at szdrobniak.pl.