Area of Interest
Awards & Honors
Ernst Mayr Award, 2010, Society of Systematic Biologists
Leitner, T., M.L. Metzker, D. Zwickl, J.M. Brown, A.M. Geretti, A. Vandamme, J. Albert, and D.M. Hillis. 2011. Guidelines for HIV in court cases. Nature. 473: 284 [Correspondence]
Boussau, B., J.M. Brown, and M.K. Fujita. 2011. Nonadaptive evolution of mitochondrial genome size. Evolution. 65: 2706-2711.
Brown, J.M., K. Savidge*, and E. McTavish. 2011. DIM SUM: Demography and Individual Migration Simulated Using a Markov chain. Molecular Ecology Resources. 11: 358-363.
Brown, J.M. 2010. Ensuring the adequacy of phylogenetic inferences. In Prep.
Scaduto, D.I., J.M. Brown, W.C. Haaland, D.J. Zwickl, D.M. Hillis, and M.L. Metzker. 2010. Source identification in two criminal cases using phylogenetic analysis of HIV-1 DNA sequences. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA. 107: 21242-21247.
Brown, J.M., K. Savidge*, and E.J.B. McTavish. 2010. DIM SUM: Demography and Individual Migration simulated using a Markov chain. Molecular Ecology Resources. In Press.
Brown, J.M., S.M. Hedtke, A.R. Lemmon, and E.M. Lemmon. 2009. When trees grow too long: investigating the causes of highly inaccurate Bayesian branch-length estimates. Systematic Biology. 59: 145-161.
Brown, J.M., and R. ElDabaje*. 2009. PuMA: Bayesian analysis of partitioned (and unpartitioned) model adequacy. Bioinformatics. 25: 537-538.
Lemmon, A.R., J.M. Brown, K. Stanger-Hall, and E.M. Lemmon. 2009. The effect of ambiguous data on phylogenetic estimates obtained by maximum likelihood and Bayesian inference. Systematic Biology. 58: 130-145.
Rabeling, C., J.M. Brown, and M. Verhaagh. 2008. Newly discovered sister lineage sheds light on early ant evolution. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA. 105: 14913-14917.
Brown, J.M. and A.R. Lemmon. 2007. The importance of data partitioning and the utility of Bayes factors in Bayesian phylogenetics. Systematic Biology. 56: 643-655.
Brown, J.M. and G.B. Pauly. 2005. Increasted rates of molecular evolution in an equatorial plant clade: an effect of environment or phylogenetic nonindependence? Evolution. 59: 238-242.