Jennifer Gremer
Jennifer R. Gremer
Assistant Professor
jrgremer/at/ucdavis(dot)edu

Gremer CV
Google Scholar

 

 

 


Elise Elwood
Graduate Student
ecelwood/at/ucdavis(dot)edu

I am a second year PhD student in the Population Biology graduate group studying population and community ecology. I am particularly interested in invasive species,  functional traits, and demographic studies.

 

 


Flowers at TM

Elena Suglia
Graduate Student
esuglia/at/ucdavis(dot)edu

I am a first year PhD student in the Population Biology graduate group primarily interested in investigating the effects of climate change on plant responses. Currently, I am working on a project exploring the impacts of snow melt on the phenology and population genetics of a native California wildflower, Streptanthus tortuosus, at Lassen Volcanic National Park. During my PhD, I aim to ask questions that lie at the interface of evolutionary biology, genetics, and ecology, and answer those questions using a combination of observational, genetic, and experimental techniques. Other research topics I may explore include studying the effects of climate change on plant-pollinator interactions, plant distributions, and landscape genetics and how those effects differ at varying spatial scales. I am also an avid science writer and communicator. See research updates on my blog here and my science writing portfolio here.


Eva website photo

Eva Beyen
Lab Manager
eebeyen/at/ucdavis(dot)edu

 

 

 

 

 


Undergraduate Research Assistants
Grace Lewin
Gautam Mathur
Joaquin Meckler-Pacheco

Chandler Stephenson
Jillian Dyer
Niel Gapal                                                                                                               


Lab Alumni
Alec Chiono
– lab manager
Vanessa Bassinello – undergraduate
Jivka Grozeva – undergraduate
Noah Rosenberg – undergraduate
Daniel Winkler — visiting graduate student
Sherry Zheng – undergraduate
Ryan Moore – undergraduate

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