We are fascinated by how evolution shapes the interactions at the molecular and single-cell scale to give rise to collective behaviors at the population scale.

By using an interdisciplinary approach rooted in experimental microbiology, statistical physics and population genetics, we strive to uncover the fundamental principles behind these phenomena.


  • November 15th, 2021
    We have been awarded a Royal Society Research grant to set up our own microfluidic imaging lab.

  • November 1st, 2021
    We welcome Temur to the team, who is going to work on phage gene-editing to visualize phage-bacteria interactions at single-cell resolution

  • October 6th, 2021
    Check out Michael's new pre-print on the role of viral co-infection in evolution.