Robin is awarded a grant to study pollen-pistil interaction in Phlox through the NSF Plant Biotic Interactions program.
About Robin Hopkins
This author has yet to write their bio.Meanwhile lets just say that we are proud Robin Hopkins contributed a whooping 53 entries.
Entries by Robin Hopkins
The 4th year graduate students in OEB presented their research to the department. Ben talked about his reciprocal transplant experiment testing the potential role of local adaptation in Phlox speciation.
Robin, Austin, and Ben attend the Gordon Conference on Speciation in sunny Ventura, CA. Great meeting and great community!
Congratulations new PhD candidate, Austin Garner
Congratulations to Franchesco for his publication on climatic niche expansion in an autopolyploid! Read it here
Molina-Henao, Y. Franchesco and Robin Hopkins. 2019. Autopolyploid lineage shows climatic niche expansion but not divergence in Arabidopsis arenosa. American Journal of Botany 106(1):61-70. [PDF]
Robin is a recipient of the prestigious NSF CAREER award for early career faculty! Read more from the Harvard Gazette.
Congratulations to Sevan, whose paper on reproductive isolation and reinforcement in Phlox is out in Evolution! You can find her paper here (and you can find her in a faculty position at the University of San Francisco!)
Suni, Sevan S. and Robin Hopkins. 2018. The relationship between postmating reproductive isolation and reinforcement in Phlox. Evolution 72(7):1387–1398 [PDF]
Briggs, Heather M., Stuart Graham, Callin M. Switzer, and Robin Hopkins. 2018. Variation in context‐dependent foraging behavior across pollinators. Ecology and Evolution 8(16):7964-7973. [PDF]
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