Associate Professor, Biology, UNC-CH
Dr. Todd Vision studies and teaches evolution, genetics and computational biology in the UNC Department of Biology. He received his Ph.D. from Princeton University in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and was a postdoctoral fellow at Cornell University and the USDA-ARS Center for Agricultural Bioinformatics. He is interested in the biogeographic history of plants in the Galápagos, and particularly the extent to which introduced species have been and will likely affect the future evolutionary trajectory of the archipelago’s flora. In this work, he collaborates with researchers at USFQ. Due to his work on open science and scholarly communication, he also has an adjunct appointment in the School of Information and Library Science.
- Exploring the frequency and consequences of hybridization between endemic and invasive plant species in the Galapagos islands
- DNA sequencing of Galápagos seaweeds: A critical need to understand the marine biota
- Hybridization between endemic and invasive plant species in the Galápagos
- Reatini BS, Torres ML, Valdebenito H, Vision TJ. (2018). Complete plastome sequences of two Psidium species from the Galapagos Islands.[version 1; peer review: 2 approved]. F1000Research, 7:1361 .