Brett A. Huggett – Plant Physiology and Morphology

Brett A. Huggett

Brett A. Huggett

Brett A. Huggett



Assistant Professor

Carnegie Science Hall, Room 414

Plant Physiology and Functional Morphology
Study Abroad Adviser for Biology Majors

Ph.D.  2013 – Harvard University

Professor Huggett’s research is driven by a fascination with plant physiology and a passion for the forests of New England.  He is particularly interested in the physiological responses among tree species to both long-term and seasonal stress factors.  Research is often focused on plant water relations and carbon allocation, with a foundation in plant anatomy and morphology.  Through a mixture of field based and laboratory methods, he conducts research in the forests of Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, and Massachusetts.

Huggett Lab Website