Mihaela Pavlicev, PhD

Assistant Professor, UC Department of Pediatrics

PhD: University of Vienna, Austria, 2003.

Postdoc: Washington University St. Louis (with Jim Cheverud), University of Oslo (with Thomas Hansen).

Pavličev M, Wagner GP. A model of developmental evolution: selection, pleiotropy, compensation. TrEE. 2012;27: 316-322.

Pavličev M, Hansen TF. Genotype-phenotype maps maximizing evolvability: modularity revisited. Evolutionary Biology. 2011;38: 371-389.

Pavličev M, Norgard EA, Fawcett GL, Cheverud JM. Evolution of pleiotropy: Epistatic interaction pattern supports a mechanistic model underlying variation in genotype-phenotype map. J. Experimental Zoology B. 2011;316B: 371-385.

Pavličev M, Wagner GP, Cheverud JM. Evolution of adaptive phenotypic variation patterns by direct selection on evolvability. Proc. Roy. Soc. 2011;278: 1903-1912.

Pavličev M, Le Rouzic AP, Wagner GP, Cheverud JM, Hansen TF. Directionality of epistasis in a murine intercross population. Genetics. 2010;185:1489-1505.

Pavličev M, Cheverud JM, Wagner GP. Measuring morphological integration using eigenvalue variance. Evolutionary Biology. 2009;36:157-170.

Wagner GP, Kenney-Hunt JP, Pavličev M, Peck JR, Waxman D, and Cheverud JM. Pleiotropic scaling of gene effects and the "Cost of complexity"Nature. 2008;452: 470-472. 

Pavličev M, Kenney-Hunt JP, Norgard AE, Roseman CC, Wolf J, and Cheverud JM. Genetic variation in pleiotropy: Differential epistasis as a source of variation in the allometric relationships between bone lengths and body weight. Evolution. 2008;62 (1): 199-213.

Wagner GP, Pavličev M, Cheverud JM. The road to modularity. Nature Reviews Genetics. 2007;8: 921- 931.