Rest Lab

 
Recent Publications
Nonlinear fitness consequences of variation in expression level of a eukaryotic gene.

Coevolution trumps pleiotropy: Carbon assimilation traits are independent of metabolic network structure in budding yeast.

Ancestral resurrection of the Drosophila S2E enhancer reveals accessible evolutionary paths through compensatory change.

Coalescent versus concatenation methods and the placement of Amborella as sister to water lilies.

Massive mitochondrial gene transfer in a parasitic flowering plant clade.

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Evolutionary genomics & gene regulation.

Welcome to the laboratory of Joshua Rest in the Department of Ecology and Evolution at Stony Brook University. We are also affiliated with the Laufer Center for Physical and Quantitative Biology. We also co-host the Evolutionary Functional Genomics seminar series.


We use computation, experiments, and natural history to study the evolution of biological systems. Click here to watch Rest’s video.