Jody Hey

Affiliations: 
Biology Temple University, Philadelphia, PA, United States 
Area:
Divergence Population Genetics
Website:
https://bio.cst.temple.edu/~hey/
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Hey J, Wang K. (2019) The effect of undetected recombination on genealogy sampling and inference under an Isolation with Migration model. Molecular Ecology Resources
Platt A, Pivirotto A, Knoblauch J, et al. (2019) An estimator of first coalescent time reveals selection on young variants and large heterogeneity in rare allele ages among human populations. Plos Genetics. 15: e1008340
Pinho C, Cardoso V, Hey J. (2019) A population genetic assessment of taxonomic species: the case of Lake Malawi cichlid fishes. Molecular Ecology Resources
Hey J, Chung Y, Sethuraman A, et al. (2018) Phylogeny Estimation by Integration over Isolation with Migration Models. Molecular Biology and Evolution
Chung Y, Hey J. (2017) Bayesian Analysis of Evolutionary Divergence with Genomic Data Under Diverse Demographic Models. Molecular Biology and Evolution
Knoblauch J, Sethuraman A, Hey J. (2016) IMGui-A Desktop GUI Application for Isolation with Migration Analyses. Molecular Biology and Evolution
Hey J, Chung Y, Sethuraman A. (2015) On the occurrence of false positives in tests of migration under an isolation-with-migration model. Molecular Ecology. 24: 5078-83
Chen H, Hey J, Chen K. (2015) Inferring Very Recent Population Growth Rate from Population-Scale Sequencing Data: Using a Large-Sample Coalescent Estimator. Molecular Biology and Evolution. 32: 2996-3011
Sethuraman A, Hey J. (2015) IMa2p - parallel MCMC and inference of ancient demography under the Isolation with migration (IM) model. Molecular Ecology Resources
Chen H, Hey J, Slatkin M. (2015) A hidden Markov model for investigating recent positive selection through haplotype structure. Theoretical Population Biology. 99: 18-30
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