Roberto Feuda, PhD, MSc

2009-2012 Biology National University of Ireland, Maynooth 
 2013- Biology California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA 
 2013-2013 Zoology University of Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom 
Evo-devo, opsins, phylogenomics, comparative genomics
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Giacomelli M, Rossi ME, Lozano-Fernandez J, et al. (2022) Resolving tricky nodes in the tree of life through amino acid recoding. Iscience. 25: 105594
Feuda R. (2022) The temporal dynamics of the sea urchin regulome. Biology Open. 11
Feuda R, Menon AK, Göpfert MC. (2022) Rethinking opsins. Molecular Biology and Evolution
Valencia JE, Feuda R, Mellott DO, et al. (2021) Ciliary photoreceptors in sea urchin larvae indicate pan-deuterostome cell type conservation. Bmc Biology. 19: 257
Musser JM, Schippers KJ, Nickel M, et al. (2021) Profiling cellular diversity in sponges informs animal cell type and nervous system evolution. Science (New York, N.Y.). 374: 717-723
Feuda R, Goulty M, Zadra N, et al. (2021) Phylogenomics of opsin genes in Diptera reveals lineage-specific events and contrasting evolutionary dynamics in Anopheles and Drosophila. Genome Biology and Evolution
Pisani D, Rota-Stabelli O, Feuda R. (2020) Sensory Neuroscience: A Taste for Light and the Origin of Animal Vision. Current Biology : Cb. 30: R773-R775
Almudi I, Vizueta J, Wyatt CDR, et al. (2020) Genomic adaptations to aquatic and aerial life in mayflies and the origin of insect wings. Nature Communications. 11: 2631
Fleming JF, Feuda R, Roberts NW, et al. (2020) A novel approach to investigate the effect of tree reconstruction artifacts in single gene analysis clarifies opsin evolution in non-bilaterian metazoans. Genome Biology and Evolution
Feuda R, Dohrmann M, Pett W, et al. (2017) Improved Modeling of Compositional Heterogeneity Supports Sponges as Sister to All Other Animals. Current Biology : Cb. 27: 3864-3870.e4
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