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The Campbell Group & Plant Evolutionary Ecology Lab


We explore the relationships between evolutionary processes and ecological dynamics, creating novel tools along the way to measure these biological processes in new ways.  The projects underway involve aspects of diverse disciplines ranging from evolutionary ecology, plant agriculture, conservation biology and molecular biology, and to medicinal chemistry, geographic information systems and ecological risk assessment.





  • The Campbell lab erects Kruti's rain-out shelters, ready for fifth-generation crop-wild hybrid Raphanus! Video Link
  • New predictions on the influence of maternal environment on the spread of invasive species reported in the International Journal of Plant Science. Read more »
  • Zach Teitel wins prestigious scholarship from University of Guelph for his PhD!!
  • Congratulations Nishara for winning Ryerson's Experiential Learning award for Outstanding Professional Development!!
  • Climate change may make flowers more attractive to insect visitors, reported in the American Journal of Undergraduate Research. Read more. Read more »
  • Campbell laboratory featured on CBC Radio. Read more »
  • How does the Evolutionary ecology of Cannabis influence your health? Read more ».