Evie Carter is a PhD researcher in the School of Life Sciences at ARU.
Understanding the roles of admixture and natural selection in phenotypic diversity of the people of Madagascar.
Evie is a member of our Behavioural Ecology Research Group and Evolutionary Ecology Group, Cambridge University.
Evie's research focusses on the history of genetic admixture in the population of Madagascar, specifically considering how assortative mating and natural selection have contributed to current patterns of phenotypic and genetic diversity. This work will investigate how marriage systems have impacted genetic and phenotypic variation among different Malagasy ethnic groups.