Sevan S. Suni, PhD

 
 
My research focuses on how environmental change and ecology influence evolutionary trajectories and the conservation status of populations.  I use a wide range of tools, from population genetics and genomics to field and laboratory experiments, to address fundamental questions in evolutionary ecology and conservation biology:

• What influences genetic structure?

How do environmental changes affect mutualisms?

• What prevents costly hybridization?

How can we increase positive feedbacks
   between natural and agricultural areas?

Evolutionary Ecology of Pollination Systems

NEWS & INFORMATION:

Dr. Sevan S. Suni
Postdoctoral Fellow
Department of Organismic and Evolutionary Biology
Harvard University
Cambridge, MA
suni[at]fas.harvard.edu
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JANUARY 2016
Sevan presents at ASN in Asilomar, CA

AUGUST 2015
Sevan presents at ESA in Baltimore, MD

DECEMBER 2015
Sevan publishes on association of phenology and genetic structure

SEPTEMBER 2014
Sevan Suni joins the Hopkins Lab 

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