D.N. Kok and H.L. Hendrickson (2023) “Save our bees: bacteriophages to protect honey bees against the pathogen causing American foulbrood in New Zealand” New Zealand Journal of Zoology.11 Jan 2023 New Zealand Journal of Zoology 1–16.

D. I. Hanauer, M. J. Graham, SEA Instructors (inc. Hendrickson H.L.,), D. J. Asai, G.F. Hatfull, V. Sivanathan. (2022) “Instructional Models for Course-Based Research Experience (CRE) Teaching.” CBE – Life Sciences Education jan 3 2022. 

Zuppi, M., Hendrickson, H., O’Sullivan, J. & Vatanen, T. (2021). Phages in the gut ecosystem. Frontiers in Cellular and Infection Microbiology 11, 1348.

Davies, C.G., Reilly, K., Altermann, E., Hendrickson, H.L. (2021) “PLAN-M; Mycobacteriophage Endolysins Fused to Biodegradable Nanobeads Mitigate Mycobacterial Growth in Liquid and on Surfaces.” Frontiers in Microbiology 12, 954. doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2021.562748

Deborah Jacobs-Sera, Lawrence A. Abad, Richard M. Alvey, Kirk R. Anders, Haley G. Aull, Lawrence S. Blumer, David W. Bollivar, J. Alfred Bonilla, Kristen A. Butela, Roy J. Coomans, Steven G. Cresawn, Tom D'Elia, Arturo Diaz, Ashley M. Divens,Nicholas P. Edgington, Gregory D. Frederick, Maria D. Gainey, Rebecca A. Garlena, Susan M. R. Gurney, Heather L. Hendrickson, etc, PHIRE, SEAPHAGES and Graham F. Hatfull (2020) Genomic diversity of bacteriophages infecting Microbacterium spp. PLOSOne Published: June 18, PLOSOne

Yulo, P,R., Hendrickson H. L. (2019) Evolution of spherical cell shape. Biochemistry Society Transactions, Dec. 12 2019. Biochemistry Society Transactions

Poole, A.M., Hendrickson H. L. (2019) Response: Commentary: Manifold routes to a nucleus. Frontiers in Microbiology, Front. Microbiol. | doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2019.02585 Frontiers in Microbiology

Davies, C.G., Wojtus, J.K., Gilligan, C.E.R., Latu, S.F., Manning;T.J., Meyer C.E., Nersesyan, J., Tennent, R.I., Oosthuizen, L.,Palmer, E., Hoskin, A.F.M., Turnbull, J., Sweatman, J.A., Elliston-Boyes,N., Wallace, C.J., Baxter, A., Borrie, Z., Elder, J.S., Massey, O., Wong, A., Silander, O.K., Freed ,N.E., & Hendrickson, H.L. (2019) Complete Genome Sequences of Nine Mycobacteriophages from New Zealand; Beatrix, Carthage, Daegal, Dulcie, Fancypants, Fenn, Inca, Naira, and Robyn. Microbiology Resource Announcements, May 16. Microbiology Resource Announcements

Wojtus, J., Frampton, R., Warring, S., Hendrickson, H.L., and Fineran, P. (2019) "Genome sequence of a jumbo bacteriophage that infects the kiwifruit phytopathogen Pseudomonas syringae pv. actinidiae" Microbiology Resource Announcements, Mar 14. Microbiology Resource Announcements

Hendrickson. H.L. & Poole, A.M. (2018) Manifold routes to a nucleus. Frontiers in Microbiology. October 26 2018 Frontiers in microbiology

Hendrickson, H., Barbeau D., Monteverde, R., Lawrence, J.G. (2018) Chromosome architecture: a sequence-compatibility based constraint on horizontal gene transfer in bacteria. PLOS Genetics May 29, 2018. PloS Genetics

David I Hanauer, Mark J. Graham, SEA-PHAGES (incl. Heather Hendrickson), Laura Betancur, Aiyana Bobrownicki, Steven G. Cresawn, Rebecca A. Garlena, Deborah Jacobs-Sera, Nancy Kaufmann, Welkin H. Pope, Daniel A. Russell, Viknesh Sivanathan, David J. Asai , and Graham F. Hatfull (2017) An Inclusive Research-Education Community (iREC): A model for student engagement in science. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. PNAS

Kristen A. Butela, Susan M. R. Gurney, Heather L. Hendrickson , (many), Deborah Jacobs-Sera, Welkin H. Pope, Daniel A. Russell, Graham F. Hatfull, and Jacob D. Kagey (2017) Complete Genome Sequences of Cluster A Mycobacteriophages BobSwaget, Fred313, KADY, Lokk, MyraDee, Stagni, and StepMih. Genome Announcements , October 2017 vol. 5 no. 43 e01182-17 doi: 10.1128/genomeA.01182-17.

Wojtus, J.K., Fitch, J.L., Christian, E., Dalefield, T., Lawes, J.K., Kumar, K., Peebles, C.L., Altermann, E., & Hendrickson, H. (2017) Complete Genome Sequences of Three Novel Pseudomonas fluorescens SBW25 Bacteriophages, Noxifer, Phabio and Skulduggery. Genome Announcements. Vol 5. Issue 31. Aug 3rd.

Bromhead, C. & Hendrickson, H.(2017) Untreatable gonorrhoea, are we there yet? The Biochemist. Vol.39 No.3 June 2017

Hendrickson, H. & Rainey, P.B. (2012) How the unicorn got its horn. Nature. doi:10.1038/nature11487

Hendrickson, H. (2012) The Lion and the Mouse: How Bacteriophages Create, Liberate and Decimate Pathogens.  In P. Hyman & S. Abedon (Eds.Bacteriophages in Health and Disease (pp - ). Oxford, UK: CABI.

Hendrickson, H. (2009) Order and disorder during E. coli divergence. PLOS genetics2009; 5(1): e1000335

Hendrickson, H. (2008) DNA replication can still spring surprises. Genome Biology. 2008; 9(8):317.

Lawrence, J.G., and Hendrickson, H. (2008) Genomes in motion: gene transfer as a catalyst for genome change. In H. Schmidt & M. Hensel (Eds.), Advances in Molecular and Cellular Microbiology: Horizontal Gene Transfer in the Evolution of Pathogenesis (pp 3-22). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

Hendrickson, H., and Lawrence, J.G. (2007) Mutational bias suggests that replication termination occurs near the dif site, not at Ter sites. Mol. Micro Apr; 64(1):42-56.

Hendrickson, H., and Lawrence, J.G. (2006) Selection for chromosome architecture in bacteria. J. Mol. Evol. 62:615-29.

Lawrence, J.G., and Hendrickson, H. (2005) Genome evolution in bacteria: order beneath chaos. Curr. Opin. Microbiol. 8:572-8.

Lawrence, J.G., and Hendrickson, H. (2004) Chromosome structure and constraints on lateral gene transfer. In V. Parisi, V. De Fonzo, F. Aluffi-Pentini (Eds.), Dynamical Genetics (pp. 319-336). Kerala, India: Research Signpost.

Lawrence, J.G., and Hendrickson, H. (2003) Horizontal Gene Transfer: when will adolescence end? Mol. Micro. 50:739-49.

Hendrickson, H., Slechta, E.S., Bergthorsson, U., Andersson, D.I., Roth, J.R. (2002) Amplification-mutagenesis: evidence that "directed" adaptive mutation and general hypermutability result from growth with a selected gene amplification. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci., USA 99:2164-9.