Congrats to alumni Hopkins Lab members Ben, Matthew, Andrea, Charlie, Megan and Robin on their new publication titled “A multi-dimensional selective landscape drives adaptive divergence between and within closely related Phlox species.” Read it here.
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Congratulations are in order for Dr. Garner, who successfully defended his thesis on Friday. Congratulations Dr. Garner! We’re all very proud of you, Austin!
Congrats to Austin, Andrew, Andrea and Robin on their new publication titled “A cis-regulatory point mutation at a R2R3-Myb transcription factor contributes to speciation by reinforcement in Phlox drummondii” Read it here
Austin G Garner, Andrew C Cameron, Andrea E Berardi, Robin Hopkins. 2023. A cis-regulatory point mutation at a R2R3-Myb transcription factor contributes to speciation by reinforcement in Phlox drummondii. biorxiv. [PDF]
Benjamin Goulet-Scott, Matthew C Farnitano, Andrea LM Brown, Charles O Hale, Meghan Blumstein, Robin Hopkins. 2023.A multi-dimensional selective landscape drives adaptive divergence between and within closely related Phlox species. biorxiv. [PDF]
Megan Blumstein, Sophie Webster, Robin Hopkins, D Basler, DL Des Marais. 2022.Genomics highlight an underestimation of the urban heat island effect on red oak phenology. biorxiv. [PDF]
Austin Garner, Ben Goulet-Scott, Hopkins Robin. 2022. Phylogenomic patterns of divergence and gene flow detail the evolution of reinforcement and hybrid speciation in Phlox wildflowers. bioRxiv.[PDF]
Hopkins Robin. 2022. Predicting how pollinator behavior causes reproductive isolation. Ecology and Evolution.[PDF]
Cheers to Andrea and Robin for their new paper out in Frontiers in Plant Science journal. The paper discusses the North American red-flowering Silene. Check it out here!
We are excited to welcome Christina Steinecke to the lab! Christina will be working in the lab as a graduate student and concentrating on speciation, major transitions and selfing. We are excited to have her become part of the our lab family!
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