Research in my lab focuses on plant evolutionary biology, spanning population genetics to deep phylogeny. My main interest is in ferns (including Pteridium and Ceratopteris), but students in the lab are also working on flowering plants, including Eriogonum, Populus, Allenrolfea, Betula, and Boechera. The lab uses a wide array of tools, including next-generation genomic sequencing, RNA-seq, Rad-seq (GBS), single-gene Sanger sequencing, microsatellites, and AFLPs.

LATEST NEWS
August 2016

Wolf lab welcomes three new graduate students: Jenessa Lemon, Marley Haupt, and Sylvia Kinosian. More Info

March 2018

Paul and Jenessa attend the Utah Rare Plant Conference at the Utah Museum of Natural History in Salt Lake City. Jenessa presents here work on Eriogonum soredium. Meanwhile, Jenessa has been accepted into a PhD program at University of Missouri

I will not be accepting new graduate students until 2019

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