Welcome to my research web page

I have broad interests in the field of ecological and population genetics and genomics, in particular of forest trees. My main current research is directed towards understanding:

    1. Local adaptation at both wide-range and local spatial scales
    2. The genetic processes associated with range expansions
    3. The genetic basis of ecologically-relevant adaptive traits
    4. The microevolutionary responses of forests to climate change

Interested in doing a PhD or postodoctoral stay with us?
Please, send a CV and a brief motivation letter to
santiago.gonzalez-martinez_at_pierroton.inra.fr
News & Events

In July 2015, I started a new position at INRA, UMR1202 BIOGECO: Biodiversity, Genes & Communities, in Bordeaux (France)

From July 2013 to September 2014 I was on sabbatical at John Pannell's lab (UNIL, Switzerland)

Academia's obsession with quantity.

Running for Spanish science: the T-shirt says
'No more budget cuts in Science'.

EvolTree is now part of EFIATLANTIC.

Download the LinkTree (BiodivERsA Eranet) project flyer.

Comparative Genomics in Compositae (sunflower, Centaurea, Crepis).