Sevan Suni, PhD


My research focuses on the evolutionary ecology and agroecology of pollination systems, effects of ecology and environmental change on genetic variation, and the application of population genetic information to conservation.  I use genomics, population genetics, observational data, and field experiments.  My primary focus is on plant-pollinator interactions due to the central importance of pollinators both to ecosystem health and the global food supply.


Current Position:

Darwin Postdoctoral Fellow

Department of Environmental Conservation

Organismic and Evolutionary Biology Program

University of Massachusetts Amherst, MA