Molly E. Schumer, B.A.

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Princeton University, Princeton, NJ 
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Evolution of Behavior
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Susan C.P. Renn research assistant 2007-2009 Reed College
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Payne C, Bovio S, Powell D, et al. (2022) Genomic insights into variation in thermotolerance between hybridizing swordtail fishes. Molecular Ecology
Langdon QK, Powell DL, Kim B, et al. (2022) Predictability and parallelism in the contemporary evolution of hybrid genomes. Plos Genetics. 18: e1009914
Powell DL, Moran B, Kim B, et al. (2021) Two new hybrid populations expand the swordtail hybridization model system. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution
Powell DL, Payne C, Banerjee SM, et al. (2021) The Genetic Architecture of Variation in the Sexually Selected Sword Ornament and Its Evolution in Hybrid Populations. Current Biology : Cb
Powell DL, García-Olazábal M, Keegan M, et al. (2020) Natural hybridization reveals incompatible alleles that cause melanoma in swordtail fish. Science (New York, N.Y.). 368: 731-736
Schumer M, Xu C, Powell DL, et al. (2018) Natural selection interacts with recombination to shape the evolution of hybrid genomes. Science (New York, N.Y.)
Rosenthal GG, Schumer M, Andolfatto P. (2018) How the manakin got its crown: A novel trait that is unlikely to cause speciation. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Schumer M, Rosenthal GG, Andolfatto P. (2018) What do we mean when we talk about hybrid speciation? Heredity
Schumer M, Powell DL, Delclós PJ, et al. (2017) Assortative mating and persistent reproductive isolation in hybrids. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Baker Z, Schumer M, Haba Y, et al. (2017) Repeated losses of PRDM9-directed recombination despite the conservation of PRDM9 across vertebrates. Elife. 6
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