Ailene MacPherson
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The probability of parallel genetic evolution from standing genetic variation
A MacPherson, SL Nuismer
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 30 (2), 326-337, 2017
Unifying phylogenetic birth–death models in epidemiology and macroevolution
A MacPherson, S Louca, A McLaughlin, JB Joy, MW Pennell
Systematic Biology 71 (1), 172-189, 2022
Fundamental identifiability limits in molecular epidemiology
S Louca, A McLaughlin, A MacPherson, JB Joy, MW Pennell
Molecular biology and evolution 38 (9), 4010-4024, 2021
Keeping pace with the Red Queen: Identifying the genetic basis of susceptibility to infectious disease
A MacPherson, SP Otto, SL Nuismer
Genetics 208 (2), 779-789, 2018
Trait dimensionality explains widespread variation in local adaptation
A MacPherson, PA Hohenlohe, SL Nuismer
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 (1802), 20141570, 2015
Joint coevolutionary–epidemiological models dampen Red Queen cycles and alter conditions for epidemics
A MacPherson, SP Otto
Theoretical population biology 122, 137-148, 2018
The impact of sampling bias on viral phylogeographic reconstruction
P Liu, Y Song, C Colijn, A MacPherson
PLoS Global Public Health 2 (9), e0000577, 2022
Parental population range expansion before secondary contact promotes heterosis
A MacPherson, S Wang, R Yamaguchi, LH Rieseberg, SP Otto
The American Naturalist 200 (1), E1-E15, 2022
Neo-sex chromosome evolution shapes sex-dependent asymmetrical introgression barrier
S Wang, MJ Nalley, K Chatla, R Aldaimalani, A MacPherson, KHC Wei, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 119 (19), e2119382119, 2022
Crossing the threshold: gene flow, dominance and the critical level of standing genetic variation required for adaptation to novel environments
SL Nuismer, A MacPherson, EB Rosenblum
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 25 (12), 2665-2671, 2012
Feedback between coevolution and epidemiology can help or hinder the maintenance of genetic variation in host-parasite models
A MacPherson, MJ Keeling, SP Otto
Evolution 75 (3), 582-599, 2021
Coevolution fails to maintain genetic variation in a host–parasite model with constant finite population size
A MacPherson, MJ Keeling, SP Otto
Theoretical Population Biology 137, 10-21, 2021
Density-Dependent Selection during Range Expansion Affects Expansion Load in Life History Traits
M Urquhart-Cronish, AL Angert, SP Otto, A MacPherson
The American Naturalist 203 (3), 382-392, 2024
Endemic does not mean constant as SARS-CoV-2 continues to evolve
SP Otto, A MacPherson, C Colijn
Evolution 78 (6), 1092-1108, 2024
The maintenance of genetic diversity under host–parasite coevolution in finite, structured populations
MAE Peters, N Mideo, A MacPherson
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 36 (9), 1328-1341, 2023
Seed masting as a mechanism for escape from pathogens
TJ Davies, A MacPherson
Current Biology 34 (4), R120-R125, 2024
Unraveling Adaptive Evolutionary Divergence at Microgeographic Scales
E Clancey, A MacPherson, RG Cheek, JC Mouton, TS Sillett, ...
The American Naturalist 203 (2), E35-E49, 2024
The Untapped Potential of Tree Size in Reconstructing Evolutionary and Epidemiological Dynamics
A MacPherson, M Pennell
bioRxiv, 2024.06. 07.597929, 2024
Revisiting pathogen transmission in epidemiological models and its role in the disease-diversity relationship
MEM Toorians, A MacPherson, TJ Davies
Preprints, 2023
Endemic means change as SARS-CoV-2 evolves
S Otto, A MacPherson, C Colijn
medRxiv, 2023.09. 28.23296264, 2023
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