Alvaro Gaytán

PhD student

I got my PhD at the plant-microbe-insect lab working in the project “Climate, life-history and a multitrophic food web on oak” where I explored how spatial and temporal variation in climate affects a diverse community of herbivores and fungi on oak and the consequences for food web structure and dynamics. I am now continuing my research career investigating Quercus-associated communities of arthropods and fungi.