michal dot arbilly [at] emory dot edu

I am an assistant teaching professor at Emory University’s Departments of Biology and Quantitative Theory and Methods. My research interests are at the intersection of animal behavior, cognition, and evolution, and I am especially interested in how group-living shaped the evolution of learning and decision-making processes. I study it using theoretical methods, mainly computer simulations. I teach a variety of courses touching on these interests: statistics, evolution, evolutionary game theory, and aspects of data justice in evolutionary genetics.