A research group at the
Bioinformatics Centre, Aarhus University

We use population genomic analysis and modelling to address the fundamental mechanisms of evolution
- with a special affinity for the unique role of sex chromosomes and meiotic drive.


We work to understand how the forces of evolution shape genetic variation and and the formation of new species. Read more here.


We make computational approaches available as web servers, scientific software, or programming libraries. Read more here.

Recent publications

See the full list of publications from the group here and some recent ones below.

  • Comparison of the full distribution of fitness effects of new amino acid mutations across great apes

    Read it in Genetics.
  • Impact of mutation rate and selection at linked sites on DNA variation across the genomes of humans and other homininae

    Read it in Genome Biology and Evolution.


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