Dr. Maggie R. Wagner, Ph.D., Genetics and Genomics

Assistant Professor, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
Ph.D., Duke University, 2016
Primary office:
8012 Haworth Hall
Lawrence


Summary

My research focuses on the genetic basis of plants' interactions with their environment-- especially their microbial neighbors-- in both natural and agricultural systems. I use my training in quantitative genetics and evolutionary ecology to study the relationships between plant genotypes, phenotypes and microbiomes, toward the broad goal of improving the health of crops and wild plants facing environmental challenges.


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