I am a malacologist interested in the evolution, systematics, biogeography, taxonomy and conservation. My research focuses on understanding processes involved in speciation and the distribution of biodiversity using population genetic, phylogenetic and biogeographic methods.
I am interested in the evolution of biodiversity, especially in rapidly diverging and species-rich systems. I am using population genetic, phylogenetic and biogeographic methods to understand how species diversify.
I currently teach at all levels at various Swedish universities. I was associate professor at Gothenburg University until 31 august 2015 and Humboldt fellow at Hamburg University until 31 May 2016. Ph D from Stockholms University 2006.