Paleobiology and Macroevolution

I am interested in understanding how ecological and evolutionary processes on generational time scales produce macroevolutionary patterns observable in the fossil record. I consider myself both a paleobiologist and macroevolutionary biologist.

I am a professor based at the Natural History Museum at the University of Oslo in Norway and a Research Associate at the Centre for Ecological and Evolutionary Synthesis (CEES) at the same university.

I am the PI of the Bryozoan Lab for Ecology, Evolution and Development (BLEED) and also lead the Evolution and Paleobiology (EPA) group at the Natural History Museum.

Follow me on twitter @lhliow where I tweet about research