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Amy Goldberg

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Amy is an Assistant Professor at Duke University. Before joining Duke in January 2019, she was a Miller Fellow at Berkeley working with Rasmus Nielsen. She completed her PhD with Noah Rosenberg at Stanford in 2017, and did her Bachelor's in Mathematics and Evolutionary Anthropology at the University of Michigan (2012). Amy is faculty in the Departments of Evolutionary Anthropology, Biology, and Mathematics, and associated with the Center for Genomic and Computational Biology.

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Voinson M, Nunn CL, Goldberg A. (2022). Primate malarias as a model for cross-species parasite transmission. eLife, (11)

Korunes KL, Soares-Souza GB, Bobrek K, Tang H, Araújo II, Goldberg A, Beleza S. (2022). Sex-biased admixture and assortative mating shape genetic variation and influence demographic inference in admixed Cabo Verdeans. G3 (Bethesda, Md.)

Gopalan S, Smith SP, Korunes K, Hamid I, Ramachandran S, Goldberg A. (2022). Human genetic admixture through the lens of population genomics. Philosophical transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological sciences, 377(1852)

Kim J, Edge MD, Goldberg A, Rosenberg NA. (2021). Skin deep: The decoupling of genetic admixture levels from phenotypes that differed between source populations. American journal of physical anthropology

Hamid I, Korunes KL, Beleza S, Goldberg A. (2021). Rapid adaptation to malaria facilitated by admixture in the human population of Cabo Verde. eLife, (10)

Ai H, Zhang M, Yang B, Goldberg A, Li W, Ma J, Brandt D, Zhang Z, Nielsen R, Huang L. (2021). Human-mediated admixture and selection shape the diversity on the modern swine (Sus scrofa) Y chromosomes. Molecular biology and evolution

Korunes KL, Goldberg A. (2021). Human genetic admixture. PLoS genetics, 17(3)

Kemp ME, Mychajliw AM, Wadman J, Goldberg A. (2020). 7000 years of turnover: historical contingency and human niche construction shape the Caribbean's Anthropocene biota. Proceedings. Biological sciences, 287(1927)

Goldberg A, Rastogi A, Rosenberg NA. (2020). Assortative mating by population of origin in a mechanistic model of admixture. Theoretical population biology, (134)

Alcala N, Goldberg A, Ramakrishnan U, Rosenberg NA. (2019). Coalescent Theory of Migration Network Motifs. Molecular biology and evolution, 36(10)

Goldberg A, Uricchio L, Rosenberg NA. (2018). Natural selection in human populations. In Oxford Bibliographies in Evolutionary Biology

de Barros Damgaard P, Marchi N, Rasmussen S, Peyrot M, Renaud G, Korneliussen T, Moreno-Mayar JV, Pedersen MW, Goldberg A, Usmanova E, Baimukhanov N, Loman V, Hedeager L, Pedersen AG, Nielsen K, Afanasiev G, Akmatov K, Aldashev A, Alpaslan A, Baimbetov G, Bazaliiskii VI, Beisenov A, Boldbaatar B, Boldgiv B, Dorzhu C, Ellingvag S, Erdenebaatar D, Dajani R, Dmitriev E, Evdokimov V, Frei KM, Gromov A, Goryachev A, Hakonarson H, Hegay T, Khachatryan Z, Khaskhanov R, Kitov E, Kolbina A, Kubatbek T, Kukushkin A, Kukushkin I, Lau N, Margaryan A, Merkyte I, Mertz IV, Mertz VK, Mijiddorj E, Moiyesev V, Mukhtarova G, Nurmukhanbetov B, Orozbekova Z, Panyushkina I, Pieta K, Smrčka V, Shevnina I, Logvin A, Sjögren KG, Štolcová T, Taravella AM, Tashbaeva K, Tkachev A, Tulegenov T, Voyakin D, Yepiskoposyan L, Undrakhbold S, Varfolomeev V, Weber A, Wilson Sayres MA, Kradin N, Allentoft ME, Orlando L, Nielsen R, Sikora M, Heyer E, Kristiansen K, Willerslev E. (2018). Author Correction: 137 ancient human genomes from across the Eurasian steppes. Nature, 563(7729)

Damgaard PB, Marchi N, Rasmussen S, Peyrot M, Renaud G, Korneliussen T, Moreno-Mayar JV, Pedersen MW, Goldberg A, Usmanova E, Baimukhanov N, Loman V, Hedeager L, Pedersen AG, Nielsen K, Afanasiev G, Akmatov K, Aldashev A, Alpaslan A, Baimbetov G, Bazaliiskii VI, Beisenov A, Boldbaatar B, Boldgiv B, Dorzhu C, Ellingvag S, Erdenebaatar D, Dajani R, Dmitriev E, Evdokimov V, Frei KM, Gromov A, Goryachev A, Hakonarson H, Hegay T, Khachatryan Z, Khaskhanov R, Kitov E, Kolbina A, Kubatbek T, Kukushkin A, Kukushkin I, Lau N, Margaryan A, Merkyte I, Mertz IV, Mertz VK, Mijiddorj E, Moiyesev V, Mukhtarova G, Nurmukhanbetov B, Orozbekova Z, Panyushkina I, Pieta K, Smrčka V, Shevnina I, Logvin A, Sjögren KG, Štolcová T, Taravella AM, Tashbaeva K, Tkachev A, Tulegenov T, Voyakin D, Yepiskoposyan L, Undrakhbold S, Varfolomeev V, Weber A, Wilson Sayres MA, Kradin N, Allentoft ME, Orlando L, Nielsen R, Sikora M, Heyer E, Kristiansen K, Willerslev E. (2018). 137 ancient human genomes from across the Eurasian steppes. Nature, 557(7705)

Goldberg A, Günther T, Rosenberg NA, Jakobsson M. (2017). Ancient X Chromosomes Reveal Contrasting Sex Bias in Neolithic and Bronze Age Eurasian Migrations. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 114(10)

Kang JTL, Goldberg A, Edge MD, Behar DM, Rosenberg NA. (2017). Consanguinity Rates Predict Long Runs of Homozygosity in Jewish Populations. Human heredity, 82(3-4)

Goldberg A, Günther T, Rosenberg NA, Jakobsson M. (2017). Reply to Lazaridis and Reich: Robust model-based inference of male-biased admixture during Bronze Age migration from the Pontic-Caspian Steppe. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 114(20)

Algee-Hewitt BF, Goldberg A. (2016). Better together: Thinking anthropologically about genetics. American journal of physical anthropology, 160(4)

Goldberg A, Mychajliw AM, Hadly EA. (2016). Post-invasion demography of prehistoric humans in South America. Nature, 532(7598)

Goldberg A, Rosenberg NA. (2015). Beyond 2/3 and 1/3: The Complex Signatures of Sex-Biased Admixture on the X Chromosome. Genetics, 201(1)

Goldberg A, Verdu P, Rosenberg NA. (2014). Autosomal Admixture Levels Are Informative About Sex Bias in Admixed Populations. Genetics, 198(3)

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