Rosenberg lab at Stanford University

Rosenberg lab research topics 2005-present

Classified by biological topics

Gene genealogies, the coalescent, and evolutionary trees
      Allele and haplotype frequencies [134] [61] [57] [49]
      Ancestral configurations [152]
      Coalescence times [100] [89] [88] [80]
      Coalescent histories [142] [135] [111] [68] [41]
      Coalescent simulation [140] [100] [89] [88] [72] [61] [60] [57] [48] [45] [42]
      Consistency of species tree inference [139] [117] [109] [97] [85] [75] [67] [59] [47] [30]
      Deep coalescence cost [118] [117] [103] [75]
      Divergence model [106] [92] [89] [88] [78] [39] [36]
      Hybridization [150] [144]
      Inference [90]
      Monophyly, paraphyly, polyphyly [141]
      Multispecies coalescent [143] [141] [140] [109] [97] [96] [90] [89] [88] [85] [75] [59] [58] [47] [30]
      Neighbor-joining [117] [99]
      Number of lineages [116] [42]
      Phylogenetic diversity [136] [108]
      Ranked trees [123] [117] [97] [85]
      Rooted triples [139] [117] [67] [59]
      Splits [143]
      Tree shape [118] [117] [103] [39] [36] [32] [29]
      X and autosomes [54]
Human population-genetic variation
      Admixed populations [151] [147] [146] [137] [133] [124] [122] [120] [99] [82] [79]
      Ancient DNA [147] [146]
      Balancing selection [124] [76]
      Community resources
            HapMap [91] [73] [55] [50] [34]
            [HGDP-CEPH panel [149] [148] [138] [105] [104] [94] [91] [84] [78] [74] [64] [61] [46]
                  [34] [28] [26]
      Consanguinity [144] [119]
      Forensic genetics [148] [138]
      Groups of populations
            Africa [102] [83]
            African Americans [133]
            Cape Verde [151]
            Europe [147] [146]
            India [93] [50] [35]
            Jewish [144] [114] [113] [112] [63]
            Native Americans [120] [95] [81] [71] [57] [44] [37]
            Worldwide [138] [125] [105] [104] [94] [91] [84] [78] [74] [66] [64] [61] [46] [34] [28] [26]
      Languages and genes [151] [125] [44]
      Neanderthal admixture [61] [42]
      Out of Africa [131] [119] [105] [104] [91] [84] [83] [80] [78] [61] [53] [34] [26]
      Population structure [149] [138] [132] [129] [114] [104] [102] [91] [84] [81] [73] [66] [63] [46] [44]
                  [35] [28] [26]
      Runs of homozygosity [144] [107] [105] [91]
      Selective sweeps [134] [127]
      Serial founder model [105] [104] [91] [84] [80] [61] [46] [26]
      Spatial variation [125] [114] [104] [100] [94] [91] [81] [66] [61] [46] [28] [26]
      Types of variation
            Copy-number [66] [46]
            Exomes [105]
            Haplotypes [127] [86] [83] [57] [46] [34]
            Idiolectal [151]
            Microsatellites [148] [138] [125] [113] [104] [95] [93] [84] [81] [78] [74] [64] [63] [57] [44]
                  [37] [35] [28] [26]
            Next-generation sequence [150]
            Phonemes [125]
            SNPs [151] [149] [148] [120] [114] [94] [91] [73] [65] [50] [46] [34]
      X chromosome [147] [146] [137] [133] [74] [54]
      Y chromosome [113] [93]
Molecular ecology and genetic variation in non-human species
      Arabidopsis [49]
      Carp [38]
      Drosophila [127]
      Maize [141]
      New Zealand native foxglove (Ourisia) [90]
      North American pines [117]
      Strawberries (Fragaria) [150]
      Wolves [70]
Population genetics of human disease-gene mapping
      Diverse populations [131] [69]
      Genome-wide association [131] [110] [69] [62] [55]
      Genotype imputation [136] [110] [108] [106] [95] [92] [91] [83] [62] [55]
      Population structure [110] [31]
      Rare recessive diseases [105] [91]
      Replication [110] [60]
      Tag SNPs [110] [51] [50] [34]
Theoretical population genetics and population genetics concepts
      Admixture [151] [137] [133] [122] [99] [82] [79]
      Allele age [72] [57]
      Ancestral lineages [91] [90] [42] [39]
      Frequency of the most frequent allele [149] [127] [102] [87] [52]
      Gene duplication [45]
      Heterozygosity and homozygosity [138] [127] [102] [87] [80] [74] [70] [61] [56] [52] [46]
      Inbreeding [144] [137] [119] [95]
      Linkage disequilibrium [148] [110] [61] [55] [51] [46] [40]
      Ploidy [150] [74]
      Population structure [149] [132] [129] [102] [95] [54] [39] [31]
      Private alleles [78] [57] [53]
      Relatedness [119] [107] [74] [73] [70] [56] [33]
      Selection
            Balancing selection [124] [76]
            Positive selection [134] [127] [57] [48] [46]
            Purifying selection [105]

Classified by type of computational, mathematical, and statistical topics

Bayesian and approximate Bayesian inference [124] [96] [86] [76] [49] [46]
Birth-death process [140]
Clustering and classification [151] [147] [146] [138] [130] [125] [120] [117] [114] [94] [91] [86] [84]
      [73] [65] [63] [49] [46] [44] [43] [38] [35] [28] [27]
Coalescent simulation [144] [140] [134] [100] [72] [61] [60] [57] [48] [45] [42]
Coalescent theory [143] [141] [139] [134] [116] [109] [106] [97] [92] [89] [88] [85] [80] [78] [75] [59]
      [58] [54] [47] [45] [42] [39] [36] [32] [30]
Combinatorial identities [135] [129] [111] [68] [41] [29]
Combinatorial optimization [130] [43] [27]
Consistency of estimators [109] [99] [67] [59] [47] [30]
Contingency tables and association [110] [62] [51] [40] [31]
Estimation with the coalescent [57] [49] [42] [34]
Expectation-maximization algorithm [95]
Fundamental properties of population-genetic statistics [149] [138] [127] [102] [87] [79] [52] [51]
      [40] [31]
Greedy algorithms [108] [43] [27]
Imputation [148] [136] [108] [106] [95] [92] [83] [69] [62] [55]
Inequalities [149] [143] [132] [129] [127] [109] [103] [102] [87] [79] [75] [52]
Maximum likelihood [95] [90] [79] [67] [42]
Moment estimation [74] [70] [56]
Multivariate analysis [148] [125] [117] [114] [100] [94] [73] [66] [63] [46]
Pedigree analysis [74] [73] [70] [56] [33]
Phylogenetic combinatorics [152] [142] [135] [123] [118] [111] [109] [103] [97] [89] [88] [85] [68] [59]
      [47] [41] [36] [29]
Polynomials [47] [30]
Rarefaction [53] [46] [44] [34]
Recursions [152] [137] [135] [133] [122] [111] [82] [68] [41] [39]
Sampling theory [74] [53] [40] [36]
Statistical testing [62] [36]

Classified by primary type of article

Book reviews [71]
Comments on published papers [137] [107]
Data analysis [151] [150] [147] [146] [144] [138] [125] [120] [119] [117] [105] [104] [94] [93] [91]
      [83] [81] [77] [73] [72] [70] [66] [65] [64] [63] [62] [57] [55] [50] [49] [48] [46] [44] [38] [37] [35]
      [34] [33] [28] [26]
Editorials [128] [126] [115] [101]
Introductions to edited collections [112] [98]
Mathematical theory [152] [149] [143] [142] [141] [139] [135] [133] [132] [129] [127] [123] [122]
      [118] [116] [111] [109] [106] [103] [102] [99] [97] [92] [89] [88] [87] [85] [82] [80] [79] [78] [75]
      [68] [59] [54] [52] [51] [47] [45] [41] [40] [39] [31] [30] [29] [25]
Simulation [144] [140] [100] [61] [60]
Statistical methodology [148] [136] [134] [124] [108] [96] [95] [90] [76] [74] [67] [56] [42] [36] [27]
Review articles [131] [110] [84] [69] [58] [32]
Software notes [130] [86] [53] [43]