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Brian R. Moore
Brian R. Moore
Associate Professor of Evolutionary Biology, University of California, Davis
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A likelihood framework for inferring the evolution of geographic range on phylogenetic trees
RH Ree, BR Moore, CO Webb, MJ Donoghue
Evolution 59 (11), 2299-2311, 2005
8322005
Bayesian analysis of biogeography when the number of areas is large
MJ Landis, NJ Matzke, BR Moore, JP Huelsenbeck
Systematic biology 62 (6), 789-804, 2013
5692013
RevBayes: Bayesian phylogenetic inference using graphical models and an interactive model-specification language
S Höhna, MJ Landis, TA Heath, B Boussau, N Lartillot, BR Moore, ...
Systematic biology 65 (4), 726-736, 2016
4312016
Toward an integrative historical biogeography
MJ Donoghue, BR Moore
Integrative and Comparative Biology 43 (2), 261-270, 2003
3282003
Critically evaluating the theory and performance of Bayesian analysis of macroevolutionary mixtures
BR Moore, S Höhna, MR May, B Rannala, JP Huelsenbeck
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (34), 9569-9574, 2016
2752016
Correlates of diversification in the plant clade Dipsacales: geographic movement and evolutionary innovations
BR Moore, MJ Donoghue
the american naturalist 170 (S2), S28-S55, 2007
2272007
SymmeTREE: whole-tree analysis of differential diversification rates
KMA Chan, BR Moore
Bioinformatics 21 (8), 1709-1710, 2005
1272005
Detecting diversification rate variation in supertrees
BR Moore, K Chan, MJ Donoghue
Phylogenetic supertrees, 487-533, 2004
1272004
Whole-tree methods for detecting differential diversification rates
KMA Chan, BR Moore
Systematic Biology 51 (6), 855-865, 2002
1142002
TESS: an R package for efficiently simulating phylogenetic trees and performing Bayesian inference of lineage diversification rates
S Höhna, MR May, BR Moore
Bioinformatics 32 (5), 789-791, 2016
1112016
Rapid global spread of wRi-like Wolbachia across multiple Drosophila
M Turelli, BS Cooper, KM Richardson, PS Ginsberg, B Peckenpaugh, ...
Current Biology 28 (6), 963-971. e8, 2018
1042018
A Bayesian approach for detecting the impact of mass‐extinction events on molecular phylogenies when rates of lineage diversification may vary
MR May, S Höhna, BR Moore
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 7 (8), 947-959, 2016
942016
Heterostyly accelerates diversification via reduced extinction in primroses
JM de Vos, CE Hughes, GM Schneeweiss, BR Moore, E Conti
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 281 (1784), 20140075, 2014
822014
A Bayesian approach for evaluating the impact of historical events on rates of diversification
BR Moore, MJ Donoghue
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106 (11), 4307-4312, 2009
822009
A critical appraisal of the use of microRNA data in phylogenetics
RC Thomson, DC Plachetzki, DL Mahler, BR Moore
Proceedings of the national academy of sciences 111 (35), E3659-E3668, 2014
682014
Resilience, bullying, and mental health: Factors associated with improved outcomes
B Moore, S Woodcock
Psychology in the Schools 54 (7), 689-702, 2017
522017
How well can we detect lineage-specific diversification-rate shifts? A simulation study of sequential AIC methods
MR May, BR Moore
Systematic biology 65 (6), 1076-1084, 2016
512016
The dawn of open access to phylogenetic data
AF Magee, MR May, BR Moore
PLoS One 9 (10), e110268, 2014
442014
Language barriers as a reported cause of prehospital care delay in Minnesota
RW Grow, MD Sztajnkrycer, BR Moore
Prehospital Emergency Care 12 (1), 76-79, 2008
382008
Multivariate mortality analyses in COVID‐19: comparing patients with cancer and patients without cancer in Louisiana
MJ Lunski, J Burton, K Tawagi, D Maslov, V Simenson, D Barr, H Yuan, ...
Cancer 127 (2), 266-274, 2021
372021
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