Devin Bendixsen

Devin Bendixsen


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Works at Department of Zoology
Telephone 08-16 40 58
Visiting address Svante Arrheniusväg 18b
Room D525
Postal address Zoologiska institutionen: Populationsgenetik 106 91 Stockholm

About me

I am a bioinformatician specialising in computational genomics and empirical fitness landscape construction and analysis. My current research interests range from mutational interactions and their effect on mutational pathways to genetic mechanisms underlying evolutionary adaptation. I am currently focusing on understanding the role of hybridization in genetic adaptation to novel environments using lineage tracking in yeast strains.



Bendixsen D. P., J. Collet, B. Østman, E. J. Hayden, Genotype network intersections promote evolutionary innovation. in review

Bendixsen D. P., S. W. Hallgren, J. A. Burton, Understory vegetation response to forest decline in a xeric oak forest of south-central United States. in review

Bendixsen D. P., B. Østman, E. J. Hayden, Negative epistasis in experimental RNA fitness landscapes. Journal of Molecular Evolution. 85(5-6):159-168 (2017).

Bendixsen, D. P., Hallgren, S. W. & Burton, J. A. Ecological succession following forest decline in a xeric oak forest of south-central United States. Journal of Plant Ecology. 9(4) 402-409 (2015).

Hayden, E. J., Bendixsen, D. P. & Wagner, A. Intramolecular phenotypic capacitance in a modular RNA molecule. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science. 112, 12444-12449 (2015).

Bendixsen, D. P., Hallgren, S. W. & Frazier, A. E. Stress factors associated with forest decline in xeric oak forests of south-central United States. Forest Ecology and Management. 347, 40–48 (2015).

Last updated: January 8, 2019

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