Research in phylogenetics | RafaelMolina

My scientific career revolves around three research lines pertaining to (1) the ecological and evolutionary mechanisms that jointly shape species assemblages at the community and macroecological scales, (2) the development, improvement, and assessment of phylogenetic methods, and (3) the links between biodiversity and human well-being. While these lines represent clearly differentiated research interests, phylogenetics is a cross-cutting background for all of them. Considering that plants are my true passion in science, my profile is defined as a Phylogenetic Plant Ecologist.