Brian Christopher O'Meara, Ph.D.

University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Knoxville, TN, United States 
evolution, phylogenetics
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Beaulieu JM, O'Meara BC. (2022) Fossils Do Not Substantially Improve, and May Even Harm, Estimates of Diversification Rate Heterogeneity. Systematic Biology
Vasconcelos T, O'Meara BC, Beaulieu JM. (2022) A flexible method for estimating tip diversification rates across a range of speciation and extinction scenarios. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution
Vasconcelos T, O'Meara BC, Beaulieu JM. (2022) Retiring "Cradles" and "Museums" of Biodiversity. The American Naturalist. 199: 194-205
Beaulieu JM, O'Meara BC, Gilchrist MA. (2020) A spatially-explicit model of stabilizing selection for improving phylogenetic inference. Molecular Biology and Evolution
Meireles JE, Cavender-Bares J, Townsend PA, et al. (2020) Leaf reflectance spectra capture the evolutionary history of seed plants. The New Phytologist
Nguyen VD, Nguyen TH, Tayeen ASM, et al. (2020) Phylotastic: Improving Access to Tree-of-Life Knowledge With Flexible, on-the-Fly Delivery of Trees. Evolutionary Bioinformatics Online. 16: 1176934319899384
Beaulieu JM, O'Meara BC. (2019) Diversity and skepticism are vital for comparative biology: a response to Donoghue and Edwards (2019). American Journal of Botany
Beaulieu JM, O'Meara BC, Zaretzki R, et al. (2018) Population Genetics Based Phylogenetics Under Stabilizing Selection for an Optimal Amino Acid Sequence: A Nested Modeling Approach. Molecular Biology and Evolution
Caetano DS, O'Meara BC, Beaulieu JM. (2018) Hidden state models improve state-dependent diversification approaches, including biogeographical models. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution
Beaulieu JM, O'Meara BC. (2018) Can we build it? Yes we can, but should we use it? Assessing the quality and value of a very large phylogeny of campanulid angiosperms. American Journal of Botany. 105: 417-432
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