Vilde Bruhn Kinneberg

Doctoral Research Fellow - Evolution and Paleobiology Group
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Visiting address Sars gate 1 Collets hus 0562 Oslo
Postal address Postboks 1172, Blindern 0318 Oslo
Other affiliations Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences (Student)

Academic interests

My research interests are mainly centered around evolutionary theory and the fundamental understanding of nature and how life evolves. In my PhD project I am trying to understand the connections between micro- and macroevolution. More specifically, I am studying phenotypic evolution across different timescales by investigating morphological and climatic time series through various modelling approaches. 

Apart from my PhD project, I also have a predilection for the world of fungi since I wrote my master thesis on evolution in the fungal kingdom (see below).


I have a bachelor in bioscience and a master in ecology and evolution from University of Oslo (UiO). I wrote my master thesis in evolutionary biology at Oslo Mycology Group (UiO) with a focus on fungal introgression in the genus Trichaptum. My master thesis was titled "Ancient introgression between highly divergent fungal sister species – a genomic analysis of Trichaptum abietinum and Trichaptum fuscoviolaceum."


I am part of the ROCKS-PARADOX project at NHM, funded by the European Research Council. 

Tags: macroevolution, microevolution, evolutionary rates, phenotypic evolution, introgression, population genomics, fungi, Trichaptum


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  • Kinneberg, Vilde Bruhn; Lü, Dabao Sun; Peris, David; Ravinet, Mark & Skrede, Inger (2022). Ancient introgression between highly divergent fungal sister species.
  • Peris, David; Lü, Dabao Sun; Kinneberg, Vilde Bruhn; Methlie, Ine-Susanne Hopland; Dahl, Malin Stapnes & James, Timothy Y. [Show all 8 contributors for this article] (2022). Long-term balancing selection in a white-root fungi.
  • Kinneberg, Vilde Bruhn (2022). Ancient introgression between highly divergent fungal sister species.

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Published Dec. 2, 2021 11:54 AM - Last modified Aug. 15, 2022 1:30 PM