Sevan S. Suni, PhD

 
 
My research focuses on how environmental change and ecology influence evolutionary trajectories and conservation status.  I use a 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 PLANTS AND POLLINATORS

CONTACT:

Dr. Sevan S. Suni, Postdoctoral Fellow

Dept. of Organismic and Evolutionary Biology

Harvard University, Cambridge, MA

suni[at]fas.harvard.edu


NEWS & INFORMATION


MAR 2017 - Sevan accepts a faculty position at the University of San Francisco


MAR 2017 - Manuscript accepted to Conservation Genetics


FEB 2016 - Manuscript accepted to Conservation Genetics


DEC 2016 - Ben Ainsworth receives Honors in Biology for his undergraduate thesis. Congrats, Ben!


JAN 2016 - Sevan presents at ASN


AUG 2015 - Sevan presents at ESA


DECEMBER 2015 - Sevan publishes on association of phenology and genetic structure


SEPTEMBER 2014 - Sevan Suni joins the Hopkins Lab