I recently graduated with my PhD from the University of Michigan and I will be starting a postdoc in October 2021 at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History and the University of Pittsburgh as an NSF Research Fellow.

My research so far has centered around trying to understand how shifts in temperate tree seedling phenology in response to climate change will affect recruitment dynamics in the future. At CNMH and Pitt I will be working on research investigating how plant performance is affected by mycorrhizal associations and how those associations are affected by climate change and invasive species. Feel free to check out the research tab or reach out to me via email for more information.

Photo by Kari Paine

Ben R Lee

Carnegie Museum of Natural History
Pittsburgh, PA 15213 USA

benrlee@umich.edu