Bret A. Payseur

University of Wisconsin, Madison, Madison, WI 
Genetics, Biostatistics Biology
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Michael William Nachman grad student 2003 University of Arizona (Evolution Tree)
 (The genetic basis of reproductive isolation in house mice: Studies of a European hybrid zone.)


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Bethany L. Dumont grad student 2010 UW Madison (GenetiTree)
Ryan J. Haasl grad student 2013 UW Madison
Amy Dapper post-doc 2015- UW Madison (Evolution Tree)
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Frayer ME, Payseur BA. (2024) Do Genetic Loci that Cause Reproductive Isolation in the Lab Inhibit Gene Flow in Nature? Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution
Stratton JA, Nolte MJ, Payseur BA. (2023) Genetics of behavioural evolution in giant mice from Gough Island. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 290: 20222603
Booker TR, Payseur BA, Tigano A. (2022) Background selection under evolving recombination rates. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 289: 20220782
Johri P, Aquadro CF, Beaumont M, et al. (2022) Recommendations for improving statistical inference in population genomics. Plos Biology. 20: e3001669
Parmenter MD, Nelson JP, Gray MM, et al. (2022) A Complex Genetic Architecture Underlies Mandibular Evolution in Big Mice from Gough Island. Genetics
Peterson AL, Payseur BA. (2021) Higher Intercellular Variation in Genome-Wide Recombination Rate in Female Mice. Cytogenetic and Genome Research. 1-7
Frayer ME, Payseur BA. (2021) Demographic history shapes genomic ancestry in hybrid zones. Ecology and Evolution. 11: 10290-10302
Blanckaert A, Payseur BA. (2021) Finding hybrid incompatibilities using genome sequences from hybrid populations. Molecular Biology and Evolution
Peterson AL, Payseur BA. (2021) Sex-specific variation in the genome-wide recombination rate. Genetics. 217: 1-11
Payseur BA, Jing P. (2020) Genomic Targets of Positive Selection in Giant Mice from Gough Island. Molecular Biology and Evolution
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