We study how species respond to environmental change using an interdisciplinary approach including populations genetics, genomics, bioinformatics, GIS-based spatial analyses, ecological modeling, and field and experimental research.  Our research addresses three general questions:
  
1. How do species change their distributions in response to climate change? 
2. Can species adjust to climate change via phenotypic plasticity and adaptation?
3. What are the population genetic consequences of species range and niche shifts?
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​If you are interested in joining the lab, check out the opportunities for  undergraduate and graduate students or contact the PI at: Dr. Tereza Jezkova, [email protected], ​(513) 529-4254