Amanda De La Torre (Lab PI) is an Assistant Professor at NAU School of Forestry. She obtained her PhD from the University of British Columbia, Canada, and later worked as a postdoctoral researcher at Umea University in Sweden, and the University of California-Davis. ResearchGate GoogleScholar
Benjamin Wilhite (PhD student), finished his undergraduate studies at Humboldt university in California. His current research at NAU combines genomic, physiological and expression data to understand the genomics of adaptation and hybridization in Douglas fir. ResearchGate
Sam Compton (Senior Undergraduate Researcher) is completing his BS at the NAU School of Forestry with a focus on Forest Health. He is an avid outdoorsman, forest health advocate, and community organizer, who hopes to spend his career improving and implementing management practices that promote healthier forests and advocating for forest health awareness by engaging communities in their natural landscape.
Amanda Fitzhugh is an undergrad student studying for her bachelors in Forestry. She has a deep-rooted interest in forests and learning more about what the natural world has to offer. When she is not studying for class she is hiking in remote places of Arizona, Colorado, and Alaska, writing to hopefully someday publish a novel, and drawing anything and everything.
Charles (Chaz) Stackpole is an undergraduate student at NAU working on a double major in Environmental Science (with an emphasis in Biology) and Spanish. After earning his PhD, he hopes to conduct research on sustainable farming techniques.
Matthew Weiss (MSc student, graduated July 2020)
Bobin Liu (Visiting Researcher from Fujian Agricultural University, China)
Benjamin Covington (undergraduate student)
Morgan Henson (undergraduate student)