We study how the interplay of interactions determines evolutionary processes. We integrate a combination of phylogenetic, ecological, genomic, morphological, and anatomical approaches and apply these to several target taxa, mainly in plants and fungi. Our research includes comparative, descriptive, and experimental tools, and implements both field and collection-based research. Our goal is to address fundamental questions on the evolution of biodiversity, leading to novel and powerful insights into our natural world.
Research group leader
Senior researcher / Assistant professor
Researcher / Bioinformatician
Manon de Visser