Ulises Hernández Martin del Campo

Masel Lab

Office/Lab Location: LSS 304

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  • PhD, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of Arizona (2021- Present)
  • MSc, Mathematical modeling, Universidad Autónoma de San Luis Potosí (2019-2021).
  • BSc, Biophysics, Universidad Autónoma de San Luis Potosí (2015-2019)

Research Interests: 

I am interested in studying the structure and properties of the genotype-phenotype mapping of living organisms and how these properties shape the outcomes of evolutionary processes. Such properties include robustness, modularity and plasticity. Currently, I'm working on understanding how the constant appearance of mutations affect populations over time and whether epistasis patterns, compatible with empirical data, can decrease the degradation of individuals in a population and thus decrease their extinction risk


  • Hernández, U., Posadas-Vidales, L., & Espinosa-Soto, C. (2021). On the effects of the modularity of gene regulatory networks on phenotypic variability and its association with robustness. Biosystems, 212, 104586.
  • Espinosa‐Soto, C., Hernández, U., & Posadas‐García, Y. S. (2021). Recombination facilitates genetic assimilation of new traits in gene regulatory networks. Evolution & Development, 23(1), 459–473.
  • Levis, M., Kumar, N., Apakian, E., Moreno, C., Hernández, U., Olivares, A., Ontiveros, F., & Zartman, J. J. (2019). Microfluidics on the fly: Inexpensive rapid fabrication of thermally laminated microfluidic devices for live imaging and multimodal perturbations of multicellular systems. Biomicrofluidics, 13(2), 024111.