Rosenberg lab at Stanford University

Rosenberg lab research contributions to special issues

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CJ Mulligan, JA Raff (editors). Race reconciled II: Interpreting and communicating biological variation and race in 2021.

  • J Kim, MD Edge, A Goldberg, NA Rosenberg (2021) Skin deep: the decoupling of genetic admixture levels from phenotypes that differed between source populations. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 175: 406-421 (2021). [Abstract]


RS Malhi (editor). Race, racism, and the genetic structure of human populations.

  • NA Rosenberg (2020) A population-genetic perspective on the similarities and differences among worldwide human populations. Human Biology 92: 135-152. [Abstract]

NA Rosenberg (editor). Fifty years of Theoretical Population Biology

  • NA Rosenberg (2020) Fifty years of Theoretical Population Biology. Theoretical Population Biology 133: 1-12. [Abstract] [PDF] [Supplement]

  • IM Arbisser, NA Rosenberg (2020) FST and the triangle inequality for biallelic markers. Theoretical Population Biology 133: 117-129. [Abstract]


S Ramachandran, SP Otto, M Uyenoyama, J Van Cleve (editors). Special issue in honor of Marcus Feldman's 75th birthday

  • RS Mehta, NA Rosenberg (2019) The probability of reciprocal monophyly of gene lineages in three and four species. Theoretical Population Biology 129: 133-147. [Abstract] [PDF]

  • L Altenberg, N Creanza, L Fogarty, L Hadany, O Kolodny, KN Laland, L Lehmann, SP Otto, NA Rosenberg, J Van Cleve, J Wakeley. Some topics in theoretical population genetics: editorial commentaries on a selection of Marc Feldman's TPB papers. Theoretical Population Biology 129: 4-8. [Abstract] [PDF]

M Casanellas, JA Rhodes (editors). Algebraic methods in phylogenetics

  • J Kim, F Disanto, NM Kopelman, NA Rosenberg (2019) Mathematical and simulation-based analysis of the behavior of admixed taxa in the neighbor-joining algorithm. Bulletin of Mathematical Biology 81: 452-493. [Abstract] [PDF] [Supplement]

  • F Disanto, NA Rosenberg (2019) On the number of non-equivalent ancestral configurations for matching gene trees and species trees. Bulletin of Mathematical Biology 81: 384-407. [Abstract] [PDF]


S Tavare, EO Buzbas (editors). Paul Joyce.

  • IM Arbisser, EM Jewett, NA Rosenberg (2018) On the joint distribution of tree height and tree length under the coalescent. Theoretical Population Biology 122: 46-56. [Abstract] [PDF]


C Chauve, N El-Mabrouk (editors). Proceedings of the 14th Annual Research in Computational Molecular Biology (RECOMB) Comparative Genomics Satellite Workshop: bioinformatics.

  • LH Uricchio, T Warnow, NA Rosenberg (2016) An analytical upper bound on the number of loci required for all splits of a species tree to appear in a set of gene trees. BMC Bioinformatics 17: 417. [Abstract] [PDF]

JC Avise, BW Bowen, FJ Ayala (editors). In the light of evolution X: comparative phylogeography.

  • RS Mehta, D Bryant, NA Rosenberg (2016) The probability of monophyly of a sample of gene lineages on a species tree. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113: 8002-8009. [Abstract] [PDF] [Supplement] [Software]

AW Bigham, A Non (editors). The genetic anthropologist's contribution to understanding race and racial health disparities.

  • MD Edge, NA Rosenberg (2015) A general model of the relationship between the apportionment of human genetic diversity and the apportionment of human phenotypic diversity. Human Biology 87: 313-337. [Abstract] [PDF]

RG Winther, RL Millstein, R Nielsen (editors). Genomics and philosophy of race.

  • MD Edge, NA Rosenberg (2015) Implications of the apportionment of human genetic diversity for the apportionment of human phenotypic diversity. Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences 52: 32-45. [Abstract] [PDF]

G Romeo, AH Bittles (editors). Consanguinity and genomics.


NA Rosenberg, SP Weitzman (editors). From generation to generation: the genetics of Jewish populations.

  • DM Behar*, M Metspalu*, Y Baran, NM Kopelman, B Yunusbayev, A Gladstein, S Tzur, H Sahakyan, A Bahmanimehr, L Yepiskoposyan, K Tambets, EK Khusnutdinova, A Kushniarevich, O Balanovsky, E Balanovsky, L Kovacevic, D Marjanovic, E Mihailov, A Kouvatsi, C Triantaphyllidis, RJ King, O Semino, A Torroni, MF Hammer, E Metspalu, K Skorecki, S Rosset, E Halperin, R Villems, NA Rosenberg (2013) No evidence from genome-wide data of a Khazar origin for the Ashkenazi Jews. Human Biology 85: 859-900. [Abstract] [PDF]

  • PJ Oefner, G Hölzl, P Shen, I Shpirer, D Gefel, T Lavi, E Woolf, J Cohen, C Cinnioglu, PA Underhill, NA Rosenberg, J Hochrein, JM Granka, J Hillel, MW Feldman (2013) Genetics and the history of the Samaritans: Y-chromosomal microsatellites and genetic affinity between Samaritans and Cohanim. Human Biology 85: 825-857. [Abstract] [PDF]

J Wakeley (editor). Coalescent theory.

  • L Huang, EO Buzbas, NA Rosenberg (2013) Genotype imputation in a coalescent model with infinitely-many-sites mutation. Theoretical Population Biology 87: 62-74. [Abstract] [PDF]

LK Nakhleh, NA Rosenberg, T Warnow (editors). Phylogenomics and population genomics: models, algorithms, and analytical tools.

  • NM Kopelman, L Stone, O Gascuel, NA Rosenberg (2013) The behavior of admixed populations in neighbor-joining inference of population trees. Pacific Symposium on Biocomputing 18: 273-284. [Abstract] [PDF]


T Chen, P Marjoram, F Sun, JX Zhou (editors). Birthdays of Mike Waterman and Simon Tavaré.

  • LJ Helmkamp, EM Jewett, NA Rosenberg (2012) Improvements to a class of distance matrix methods for inferring species trees from gene trees. Journal of Computational Biology 19: 632-649. [Abstract] [PDF]


JC Long, MC Bortolini (editors). New developments in the origins and evolution of Native American populations.


RG Klein (editor). Out of Africa: modern human origins.

  • M DeGiorgio, M Jakobsson, NA Rosenberg (2009) Explaining worldwide patterns of human genetic variation using a coalescent-based serial founder model of migration outward from Africa. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 106: 16057-16062. [Abstract] [PDF] [Supplement]


V Moulton (editor). Phylogenetic combinatorics and its applications.

  • NA Rosenberg (2006) The mean and variance of the numbers of r-pronged nodes and r-caterpillars in Yule-generated genealogical trees. Annals of Combinatorics 10: 129-146. [Abstract] [PDF]