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Departamental II – 217
Area of Biodiversity and Conservation
Universidad Rey Juan Carlos
c/ Tulipán, s/n.
E-28933 Móstoles

Phone: +34 91 488 8288
E-mail: sandra.sacristanb at urjc.es
Homepage at URJC

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2018 – Technician in the research group of Evolutionary and Behavioural Ecology at Estación Experimental de Zonas Áridas (CSIC),  Almería.
2017 – MsC in Genetics and Molecular Biology, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid.
2015 – Degree in Biology, Universidad Rey Juan Carlos.

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PhD student

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My PhD thesis is framed within the project «Assisted evolution of flowering onset as a response to climate change».  The aim of the project is to assess the use of natural selection and gene flow as evolutionary forces to enhance the evolutionary resilience of populations of plant species affected by climate change. Our research will focus on modifying the trait «flowering onset» in  Lupinus angustifolius and Silene ciliata. Supervisor: Jose M. Iriondo
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