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Bergey CM, Lukindu M, Wiltshire RM, Fontaine MC, Kayondo J, & Besansky NJ. (In preparation). Assessing the genetic connectivity of a highly diverse malaria vector using selected loci and islands

Jolly CJ, Bergman TJ, Bergey CM, Mann JJ, & Phillips-Conroy JE. (Submitted). Species-specific male mating strategies match CSF monoamine metabolite levels in wild hybrid baboons.

Harrison GF, Sanz J, Boulais J, Mina MJ, Grenier JC, Leng Y, Dumaine A, Yotova V, Bergey CM, Elledge SJ, Schurr E, Quintana-Murci L, Perry GH, & Barreiro LB. (Submitted). Natural selection has contributed to functional immune response differences between human hunter-gatherers and agriculturalists.

Rogers J et al (Submitted). The comparative genomics, epigenomics and complex population history of Papio baboons.

Bergey CM, Lopez M, Harrison GF, Patin E, Cohen J, Quintana-Murci L, Barreiro LB, & Perry GH. (Submitted; in revision). Polygenic adaptation and convergent evolution across both growth and cardiac genetic pathways in African and Asian rainforest hunter-gatherers.

[preprint] [code repository]

Wiltshire RM, Bergey CM, Kayondo JK, Birungi J, Mukwaya LG, Emrich SJ, Besansky NJ, & Collins FH. (2018). Reduced-representation sequencing identifies small effective population sizes of Anopheles gambiae in the north-western Lake Victoria basin, Uganda. Malaria Journal, 17: 285.

Lukindu M, Bergey CM, Wiltshire RM, Small S, Bourke B, Kayondo JK, & Besansky NJ. (2018). Spatio-temporal genetic structure of Anopheles gambiae in the Northwestern Lake Victoria Basin, Uganda: implications for genetic control trials in malaria endemic regions. Parasites & Vectors, 11 (246).

Chiou KL* & Bergey CM* (2018). Methylation-based enrichment facilitates low-cost, noninvasive genomic scale sequencing of populations from feces. Scientific Reports, 8 (1975).

[preprint] [code repository] [media coverage]

Miles A et al (2017). Genetic diversity of the African malaria vector Anopheles gambiae. Nature, 552, 96-100.

[preprint] [press release]

Bergey CM, Phillips-Conroy JE, Disotell TR, & Jolly CJ. (2016). Dopamine pathway is highly diverged in primate species that differ markedly in social behavior. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 113 (22):6178-6181.

[code repository] [commentary in PNAS]

Burrell AS, Disotell TR, & Bergey CM (2015). The use of museum specimens with high-throughput DNA sequencers. Journal of Human Evolution, 79: 35-44.


Pozzi L, Bergey CM, & Burrell AS (2013). The use (and misuse) of phylogenies in investigating primate behavior. International Journal of Primatology, 35 (1): 32-54.

Bergey CM, Watkins A, & Arora P (2013). HippDB: A database of readily targeted helical protein-protein interactions. Bioinformatics, 29 (21):2806-2807.

[project website] [code repository]

Bergey CM, Pozzi L, Disotell TR, & Burrell AS (2013). A new method for genome-wide marker development and genotyping holds great promise for molecular primatology. International Journal of Primatology, 34 (2): 303-314.

[code repository]

Pickett SB, Bergey CM, & Di Fiore AF (2012). A metagenomic study of primate diet diversity. American Journal of Primatology, 74 (7):622-631.

Bergey CM (2011). AluHunter: a database of potentially polymorphic Alu insertions for use in primate phylogeny and population genetics. Bioinformatics, 27 (20): 2924-2925.

Jolly CJ, Burrell AS, Phillips-Conroy JE, Bergey C, & Rogers J (2011). Kinda baboons (Papio kindae) and grayfoot chacma baboons (P. ursinus griseipes) hybridize in the Kafue River valley, Zambia. American Journal of Primatology, 73: 291-303.

Hodgson JA, Bergey CM, & Disotell TR (2010). Neandertal Genome: The Ins and Outs of African Genetic Diversity. Current Biology. 20 (12): R517-R519.