My research focuses on the community ecology of  plant-rhizosphere mutualisms.My research program explores the community ecology of plant symbioses and focuses in three overlapping areas: 1) What drives distributions of symbiotic communities across broad spatial ranges, 2) mechanistically, what drives the structure of symbiotic communities at smaller spatial scales (plant scale), and 3) How do shifts in symbiotic community structure influence host functioning, plant community structure, and ecosystem functioning.

I am currently a PhD student in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at the U. of Tennessee, Knoxville, working in the Classen lab.

University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, BS 2007
University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, MS 2009
University of Tennessee, PhD started 2012

Twitter: @JeremiahHenning
email: jhennin2 at utk.edu
office: 570 Dabney Hall

Mailing address:

EEB Department

569 Dabney Hall

1416 Circle Drive

Knoxville, TN 37996-1610

For more detail about me, look at my CV pdf researchpublicationsgrantsteachingtalks, and outreach pages. 
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