Robert Wayne

Ecology and Evolutionary Biology University of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA 
Application of molecular genetic techniques to questions in systematics, population genetics, sociobiology and conservation
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Michael H. Kohn grad student 2000 UCLA
Klaus-Peter Koepfli grad student 2002 UCLA
Jennifer A. Leonard grad student 2002 UCLA
Andres Aguilar grad student 2003 UCLA
Isabel M. Amorim do Rosario grad student 2005 UCLA
Debra B. Pires grad student 2007 UCLA
Gary T. Shin grad student 2008 UCLA
Imelda L. Nava grad student 2009 UCLA
Bridgett M. vonHoldt grad student 2010 UCLA
Katherine M. Pease grad student 2011 UCLA
Shauna L. Price grad student 2011 UCLA
Daniel R. Stahler grad student 2011 UCLA
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Mooney JA, Marsden CD, Yohannes A, et al. (2023) Long-term Small Population Size, Deleterious Variation, and Altitude Adaptation in the Ethiopian Wolf, a Severely Endangered Canid. Molecular Biology and Evolution. 40
Cubaynes S, Brandell EE, Stahler DR, et al. (2022) Disease outbreaks select for mate choice and coat color in wolves. Science (New York, N.Y.). 378: 300-303
Chavez DE, Gronau I, Hains T, et al. (2022) Comparative genomics uncovers the evolutionary history, demography, and molecular adaptations of South American canids. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 119: e2205986119
Beichman AC, Kalhori P, Kyriazis CC, et al. (2021) Genomic analyses reveal range-wide devastation of sea otter populations. Molecular Ecology
Johnston RA, Rheinwald JG, vonHoldt BM, et al. (2021) K Locus Effects in Gray Wolves: Experimental Assessment of TLR3 Signaling and the Gene Expression Response to Canine Distemper Virus. The Journal of Heredity
Kyriazis CC, Wayne RK, Lohmueller KE. (2021) Strongly deleterious mutations are a primary determinant of extinction risk due to inbreeding depression. Evolution Letters. 5: 33-47
Perri AR, Mitchell KJ, Mouton A, et al. (2021) Dire wolves were the last of an ancient New World canid lineage. Nature
Silva P, Galaverni M, Ortega-Del Vecchyo D, et al. (2020) Genomic evidence for the Old divergence of Southern European wolf populations. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 287: 20201206
Heppenheimer E, Brzeski KE, Hinton JW, et al. (2020) A Genome-wide perspective on the persistence of red wolf ancestry in southeastern canids. The Journal of Heredity
Saremi NF, Supple MA, Byrne A, et al. (2019) Author Correction: Puma genomes from North and South America provide insights into the genomic consequences of inbreeding. Nature Communications. 10: 5276
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