John J. Wiens, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Stonybrook University, Setauket- East Setauket, NY, United States 
Area:
Herpetology, systematics
Website:
http://life.bio.sunysb.edu/ee/wienslab/homepage.html
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Parents

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David M. Hillis grad student 1991-1995 UT Austin

Children

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Ignacio Quintero research assistant 2012-2012 Stonybrook University (Terrestrial Ecology Tree)
Christopher Gurguis grad student
John T. Rotenberry grad student
Yichao Zeng grad student
Patrick R. Stephens grad student 2005 SUNY Stony Brook
Margaret C. Fisher-Reid grad student 2012 SUNY Stony Brook
Xia Hua grad student 2012 SUNY Stony Brook
Daniel S. Moen grad student 2012 SUNY Stony Brook
Kenneth H. Kozak post-doc SUNY Stony Brook
Daniel Portik post-doc University of Arizona
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Zeng Y, Wiens JJ. (2020) Species interactions have predictable impacts on diversification. Ecology Letters
Portik DM, Wiens JJ. (2020) Do Alignment and Trimming Methods Matter for Phylogenomic (UCE) Analyses? Systematic Biology
Wollenberg Valero KC, Marshall JC, Bastiaans E, et al. (2019) Patterns, Mechanisms and Genetics of Speciation in Reptiles and Amphibians. Genes. 10
Wiens JJ, Camacho A, Goldberg A, et al. (2019) Climate-change, extinction, and Sky Island biogeography in a montane lizard. Molecular Ecology
Lambert SM, Streicher JW, Caitlin Fisher-Reid M, et al. (2018) Inferring introgression using RADseq and D : power and pitfalls revealed in a case study of spiny lizards (Sceloporus). Molecular Ecology Resources
Hutter CR, Lambert SM, Wiens JJ. (2017) Rapid Diversification and Time Explain Amphibian Richness at Different Scales in the Tropical Andes, Earth's Most Biodiverse Hotspot. The American Naturalist. 190: 828-843
Streicher JW, Miller EC, Guerrero PC, et al. (2017) Evaluating Methods for Phylogenomic Analyses, and a New Phylogeny for a Major Frog Clade (Hyloidea) Based on 2,214 Loci. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution
Streicher JW, Wiens JJ. (2017) Phylogenomic analyses of more than 4000 nuclear loci resolve the origin of snakes among lizard families. Biology Letters. 13
Bars-Closel M, Kohlsdorf T, Moen DS, et al. (2017) Diversification rates are more strongly related to microhabitat than climate in squamate reptiles (lizards and snakes). Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution
Moen DS, Wiens JJ. (2017) Microhabitat and Climatic Niche Change Explain Patterns of Diversification among Frog Families. The American Naturalist. 190: 29-44
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