Professor Richard BuggsProfessor of Evolutionary GenomicsEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgTelephone: +44 (0)20 7882 8441Room Number: Room 5.24, Fogg BuildingTwitter: @RJABuggsTeachingResearchPublicationsSupervisionPublic EngagementPostgraduate TeachingTeaching on our MSc Plant and Fungal Taxonomy, Diversity and Conservation and MSc Biodiversity and Conservation Research Frontiers in Biodiversity, Evolution and Conservation (BIO771P) ResearchResearch Interests:Professor Richard Buggs is an evolutionary biologist and molecular ecologist. His research group analyses genome sequences to understand how plants, especially trees, adapt in response to climate change and new pests and pathogens. As well as his role at Queen Mary, Prof Buggs leads the Plant Health and Adaptation research team at Royal Botanic Gardens Kew. Richard has published on a variety of evolutionary processes including: natural selection, speciation, hybridisation and whole genome duplication. Find out more about Richard Buggs' work on his personal research website.PublicationsBrowse a list of publications by Richard Buggs See Richard Buggs's Google Scholar Citations Networks Web of Science LinkedIn ResearchGate SupervisionPhD supervision Louise Gathercole Rowena Hill Gabriele Nocchi William Plumb Public EngagementProf. Buggs is frequently interviewed by national and international media. A complete list of his media activities can be found here.Masters students Students on our MSc Plant and Fungal Taxonomy, Diversity and Conservation and MSc Biodiversity and Conservation programmes can apply to do their research project in this lab. PhD students Prospective PhD students are encouraged to apply to next year’s intake of the London NERC DTP. Students from outside Europe should explore our studentships list. Postdocs Prospective postdoctoral research associates from outside the UK are encouraged to consider applying to the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellowship Programme. If you are interested in any of these opportunities, please contact Richard Buggs directly.