Sariel Hübner

Research Interests

In my research I integrate experimental ecology and crop science with high-throughput genomics and bioinformatics to study the genetics of adaptation, speciation and domestication in crop plants and their wild relatives. Much of my work focuses on identifying the genetic changes that underlie the formation of new varieties and species, and more generally, the genotype-phenotype-environment interaction. Current projects include: 1) Domestication genomics in sunflower 2) Introgression and adaptation in sunflower 3) Genomic basis of perenniality in cereals 4) Evolutionary genomics and adaptation in wild barley

Selected Publications