Research

Rapid climate change is the largest threat to natural forests and their ecosystems, therefore genomic information is key to understand the capacity of natural populations to adapt to new environmental conditions and diseases, and to develop effective conservation and management…

News

January 2021- Our paper “Dissecting the polygenic basis of cold adaptation in Douglas-fir” has been published in Genes on January 18th! August 2020- Our new Epigenomics project was featured by the American Association for Advancement of Science (AAAS): “Forest geneticist…

Opportunities

Currently looking for 2 master students to start Fall 2021! Contact Dr. De La Torre at Amanda.de-la-torre@nau.edu for more information. Interested in genomic research in tree species? Join us in the beautiful Flagstaff at 2,000 m.a.s.l. with views of the…