PUBLICATIONS

PRE-PRINTS

  1. Greenbaum G, Feldman MW, Rosenberg NA, Kim J. Designing gene drives to limit spillover to non-target populations. bioRxiv  doi.org/10.1101/680744

  2. Armstrong EE*, Khan A*, Taylor RW, Gouy A, Greenbaum G, Thiéry A, Kang J, Redondo SA, Prost S, Barsh G, Kaelin C, Phalke S, Chugani A, Gilbert M, Miquelle D, Zachariah A, Borthakur U, Reddy A, Louis E, Ryder O, Jhala YV Petrov D, Excoffier L, Hadly E*, Ramakrishnan U*. Recent evolutionary history of tigers highlights contrasting roles of genetic drift and selection. bioRxiv doi.org/10.1101/696146

  3. Kolodny O, McLaren R, Greenbaum G, Ramakrishnan U, Feldman M, Petrov D, Taylor M. Reconsidering the management paradigm of fragmented populations. bioRxiv doi.org/10.1101/649129

PUBLICATIONS

  1. Greenbaum G, Rubin A, Templeton AR, Rosenberg NA (2019). Network-based hierarchical population structure analysis for large genomic datasets. Genome Research, 29, 2020-2033

  2. Greenbaum G, Getz WM, Hovers E, Rosenberg NA, Feldman MW, Kolodny O (2019). Disease and introgression explain the long-lasting contact zone of modern humans and Neanderthals. Nature Communications, 10, 5003

  3. Sinai I, Segev O, Weil G, Oron T, Merilä J, Templeton AR, Blaustein L, Greenbaum G, Blank L (2019). The role of landscape and history on the genetic structure of peripheral populations of the Near Eastern fire salamander, Salamandra infraimmaculata, in Northern Israel. Conservation Genetics, 20(4), 875-889

  4. Greenbaum G, Hovers E, Feldman MW, Kolodny O (2019). Was inter-population connectivity of Neanderthals and modern humans the driver of the Upper Paleolithic transition rather than its product? Quaternary Science Reviews, 217, 316-329

  5. Greenbaum G, Truskanov N, Creanza N, Edelman S, Feldman MW, Kolodny O (2019). Separating social learning from technical skill provides a new perspective on the record of hominin tool use. Current Anthropology, 60(3)

  6. Greenbaum S*, Greenbaum G*, Gilad-Moran J, Weintraub AY (2019). Ecological dynamics of the vaginal microbiome in relation to health and disease. American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, 220(4), 324-335

  7. Greenbaum G, Fogarty L, Colleran H, Berger-Tal O, Kolodny O*, Creanza N* (2019). Are both necessity and opportunity the mothers of innovations? Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 42, e199

  8. Greenbaum S, Greenbaum G (2019). Evolution of immune sexual dimorphism in response to placental invasiveness. Trends in Genetics, 36(1):3-5

  9. Greenbaum G, Renan S, Templeton AR, Bouskila A, Saltz D, Rubinstein DI, Bar-David S (2018). Revealing life-history traits by contrasting genetic estimations with predictions of effective population size. Conservation Biology, 32(4), 817-827

  10. Rodger Y, Greenbaum G, Silver M, Bar David S, Winters G (2018). Detecting hierarchical levels of connectivity in a population of Acacia tortilis trees at the northern edge of their global distribution using network analysis. PLOS One, 3(4): e0194901

  11. Renan S, Speyer S, Ben-Nun T, Ziv A, Greenbaum G, Templeton AR, Bar-David S, Bouskila A (2018). Fission-fusion social structure of a reintroduced ungulate: Implications for conservation. Biological Conservation, 222, 261-267

  12. Greenbaum G, Fefferman NH (2017). Applications of network methods for understanding evolutionary dynamics in discrete habitats. Molecular Ecology, 26(11), 2850-2863

  13. Pilosof S*, Greenbaum G*, Krasnov BR, Zelnik YR (2017). Asymmetric disease dynamics in multihost interconnected networks. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 430, 237-244

  14. Greenbaum G, Templeton AR, Bar-David S (2016). Inference and analysis of population structure using genetic data and network theory. Genetics, 202, 1299-1312

  15. Greenbaum G, Hoffman O, Shalev O, Zelnik YR (2015). Complex networks in ecology. Israel Journal of Ecology & Evolution, 61(2), 67-68

  16. Greenbaum G (2015). Revisiting the time until fixation of a neutral mutant in a finite population - A coalescent theory approach. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 380, 98-102

  17. Renan S*, Greenbaum G*, Shahar N, Templeton AR, Bouskila A, Bar-David S (2015). Stochastic modeling of shifts in allele frequencies reveals a strongly polygynous mating system in the reintroduced Asiatic wild ass. Molecular Ecology, 24(6), 1433-1446

  18. Greenbaum G, Templeton AR, Zarmi Y, Bar-David S (2014). Allelic richness following population founding events - A stochastic modeling framework incorporating gene flow and genetic drift. PLOS One 9(12):e115203

 

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