Key to authors from the lab: gradstudent . tech . postdoc . undergadyaniv

or check google scholar

years: future, 2016,  2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, before 2009

arXiv-ed preprints / papers in press



      • J. R. Pannell, J. R. Auld, Y. Brandvain, M. Burd, J. W. Busch, P-O Cheptou, J. K. Conner, E. E. Goldberg, A-G Grant, D. L. Grossenbacher, S. M. Hovick, B. Igic, S. Kalis, T. Petanidou, A. M.Randle, R. Rubio de Casas, A. Pauw, J. C. Vamosi and A. A. Winn. The scope of Baker’s law. New Phytologist 208: 656–667. doi: 10.1111/nph.13539.  
        • The order of the second to eighteenth authors is alphabetical
        • This is a Tansley Review from a NESCENT working group.







Before 2009



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(4/12/16) -- So proud of and happy for former postdoc, current collaborator, and friend forever, Dena Grossenbacher, who will be starting an assistant professor gig at Cal Poly San. Luis Obispo. CONGRATS DENA!

(4/10/16) -- Molly Schumer and I uncover challenges in identifying interspecific incompatibilities from admixed populations, Interpret your data with care [read the paper in Molecular Ecology].

(2/11/16) -- In our new paper , Stephen Wright and I think about selection's limits in non-equilibrial populations.

(12/16/15) -- In Dena's new paper (with Ryan, Emma, and Yaniv) shows that selfing does not facilitate co-occurrence between close relatives.

(7/22/15) -- New paper from Yaniv's postdoc led by Alisa Sedghifar develops theory for the mixing of genomes in spatial contact zones.

(6/30/15) -- Excited to welcome Adam Herman (from Dan Schoen's group) into the lab. Welcome back to the US! Adam will be working on perreniality, hybridization and other things in sunflowers

(5/18/15) -- Dena's new paper shows that selfing species have larger ranges than their outcrossing relatives.


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