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I'm interested in the genetic basis of repeated evolutionas well as the gene networks that control spatial patterning, using floral spot patterns in Clarkia as a model system.

Kimmy Stanton

Graduate student

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Irene Liao

Graduate student

I am interested in the evolution of selfing syndrome characters in morning glories.

I am interested in the evolution of flower color. Specifically, I am trying to understand the evolution of floral patterns in Clarkia.  

Rong-Chien Lin

Graduate student

Katherine Ostevik


My research focuses on parallel adaptation and speciation in plants.

Yuncheng Duan

Graduate student <>

My research focuses on the evolution of post-zygotic isolation in morning glories.

Jonathan Colen

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I am interested in testing how selection and gene flow may affect the process of speciation in natural field settings.