– standing on the shoulders of Carnegie giants (McClintock, Clausen, Keck, Hiesey)

Moisés (Moi) Expósito-Alonso

Principal Investigator & Assistant Professor (by courtesy) of Biology
Moi aims to mentor creative scientists that apply evolutionary principles to solve global change problems
@MExpositoAlonso mexpositoalonso@stanford.eduMoi's Google Scholar

Ru Peng

Lab Technician
Ru aims to develop new genome editing and sequencing technologies and promote science communication

Lucas Czech

Postdoc and Programmer
Lucas aims to develop methods and software to understand eco-evolutionary processes under climate change Lucas' Google Scholar

Megan Ruffley

Postdoc(co-advised, Rhee Lab)
Megan is interested in using machine learning algorithms to understand selection across plant genomes in response to stress. Megan's Google Scholar

Shannon Hateley

Shannon aims to develop computational models to understand the importance of gene expression modulation for climate adaptation. Shannon's Google Scholar

Lauren Gillespie

PhD Student in Computer Science, NSF Graduate Research Fellow
Lauren aims to develop deep learning methods for biodiversity modeling to understand both better!

Laura Leventhal

PhD Student in Biology, NSF Graduate Research Fellow(co-advised, Fukami Lab)
Laura aims to investigate the spatial and temporal structure in plant populations and how these inform adaptations to climate change.

Lisa Couper

PhD Student in Biology(co-advised, Mordecai Lab)
Lisa aims to investigate climate adaptation in mosquitoes, and the consequences of adaptation on disease transmission

Will Viana

PhD Student in Biology(collaborator, Dinneny Lab)
Will aims to understand the multi-dimensional phenotypes explaining drought adaptation

Sebastian Toro Arana

PhD Student in Biology (Rotating)
Sebastian aims to use computational tools and engineering principles to study the underlying mechanisms of plant stress resistance

Alanna Pyke

PhD Student in Genetics (Rotating)
Alanna is interested in gaining experience in next generation sequencing in plant biology

Eva Sehr

Bioinformatics Master student (FH Campus Wien)
Eva aims to develop genomic vulnerability projections using deep learning algorithms

Clara Kieschnick

Undegraduate in Biology
Clara aims to learn about the genetics of plants and their adaptations to climate
We are always searching for talented and creative researchers, and are happy to develop together ideas for a competitive fellowship.

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Andrea Ramirez (Biology PhD student rotating Winter 20)

Veronica Pagowski (Biology PhD student rotating Fall 19-Spring20)

active collaborators

Detlef Weigel @ Max Planck Institute for Developmental Biology, Tübingen, Germany

Hernán A Burbano @ University College London, UK

Rasmus Nielsen @ University of California Berkeley, USA

Oliver Bossdorf @ University of Tübingen, Germany

Rachael Bay @ University of California Berkeley, USA

Stephen Keller @ University of Vermont, USA

Matt Fitzhpatrick @ University of Maryland, USA

Christian Rellstab @ Swiss Federal Research Institute WSL, Switzerland

Dmitri Petrov @ Stanford University, USA

Erin Mordecai @ Stanford University, USA

Hunter Fraser @ Stanford University, USA

Sue Rhee @ Carnegie/Stanford University, USA

Ben Blonder @ University of California Berkeley, CA, USA

José Dinneny @ Stanford University, USA

Noah Whiteman @ University of California Berkeley, USA

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