Core team:


Charles Goodnight

University of Vermont

Department of Biology, Professor

He studies genetic differentiation and evolution in structured populations. His research combines theoretical and experimental approaches to study the effects of selection among individuals, populations and communities. One of his major areas of interest is how certain types of genetic variation, such as epistatic interactions among loci, can contribute to a response to selection in a subdivided population even though they cannot contribute to a response to selection in a large panmictic population.


Most recent papers:

Charles Goodnight, Joshua L. Payne, Margaret (Maggie) Eppstein. Underdominance, Multiscale Interactions, and Self-Organizing Barriers to Gene Flow. 1950.
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Charles Goodnight, Joshua L. Payne, Margaret (Maggie) Eppstein. Sensitivity of Self-Organized Speciation to Long Distance Dispersal. 1950.
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Charles Goodnight, Joshua L. Payne, Margaret (Maggie) Eppstein. Speciation by Self-Organizing Barriers to Gene Flow in Simulated Populations with Localized Mating. 1950.
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