Welcome to the Kramer Lab!

Our laboratory is very broadly interested in the evolution of floral morphology. We use molecular, morphological, and phylogenetic approaches to study how flowers have changed over the course of evolutionary time. Research projects in the lab cover a diverse set of topics, including gene lineage evolution and the effects of gene duplication, the morphological diversification of floral parts such as petals and fruits, and the evolutionary and ecological significance of pollinator interactions.

Kramer Lab 2018

 

Back row, left to right:  Cheng-Chiang Wu, Abby Burrus, Molly Edwards, and Stephanie Conway
Front row, left to right: Grace Pisano, Elena Kramer and Min Ya.  Dog facing right, Oscar, dog facing left, Gracie. 
Not pictured: Lynn Holappa, Mary Katherine Dewane, Tom Saide and Erin Ciccone.