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The Wilke lab carries out research in the field of computational evolutionary biology and comparative genomics. Areas of interest include, but are not limited to, molecular evolution of protein-coding genes, selection pressures arising from the requirement for efficient and accurate gene expression (translational selection), evolution of infectious disease, theoretical population genetics. All the research carried out in the Wilke lab is entirely theoretical or computational, but we frequently collaborate with experimental groups.
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The Wilke lab carries out research in computational evolutionary biology, bioinformatics, and biostatistics. All our research is theoretical or computational, but we frequently collaborate with experimental groups. Much of our research focuses on molecular evolution, in particular on (i) the evolution of viruses and (ii) biophysical mechanisms of protein evolution. Other areas of interest are theoretical population genetics, epidemiology, and immunology. To see what we are currently working on, check out our recent [[Wilke:Publications|publications]]. You can also read about some of our [[Wilke:Major Results|major results.]]
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[[Wilke:Major Results|Click here for major results obtained in the Wilke lab.]]
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The Wilke lab carries out research in computational evolutionary biology, bioinformatics, and biostatistics. All our research is theoretical or computational, but we frequently collaborate with experimental groups. Much of our research focuses on molecular evolution, in particular on (i) the evolution of viruses and (ii) biophysical mechanisms of protein evolution. Other areas of interest are theoretical population genetics, epidemiology, and immunology. To see what we are currently working on, check out our recent publications. You can also read about some of our major results.

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