List of Publications - Dr. Harris

2017, EE Harris Demic and Cultural Diffusion in Prehistoric Europe in the age of Ancient Genomes. Evolutionary Anthropology 26(5):22

2015, Harris, EE Ancestors in Our Genome: The New Science of Human Evolution. Oxford University Press.

2012. Oliveira TY, Harris EE, Meyer D, Jue CK, Silva WA Jr. Molecular evolution of a malaria resistance gene (DARC) in primates. Immunogenetics. 64(7):497-505.

2011. de Mello Martins F, Gifalli-Iughetti C, Koiffman CP, Harris EE. Coalescent analysis of mtDNA indicates Pleistocene divergence among three species of howler monkey (Alouatta spp.) and population subdivision within the Atlantic CoastalForest species, A. guariba. Primates. 52(1):77-87.

2010. Harris, EE Nonadaptive processes in primate and human evolution. American Journal of Physical Anthropology. (Yearbook issue) 53:13-45.

2008. Harris, EE Searching the Genome for Our Adaptations. Evolutionary Anthropology 17:146-157.

2008. Harris, EE Book Review of Lynch, M. The Origins of Genome Architecture. Sinauer Associates, Inc. Publishers. American Journal of Human Biology.

2008. Harris, EE and Meyer, D. Selection operating on protein-coding regions in the human genome. In the Handbook of Human Molecular Evolution. Cooper, D.N. and Kehrer-Sawatzki, H. (Eds.), John Wiley and Sons. Ltd.

2008. Harris, EE. Selection on genes and human adaptation In the Handbook of Human Molecular Evolution. Cooper, D.N. and Kehrer-Sawatzki, H. (Eds.), John Wiley and Sons. Ltd.

2006. Harris, EE and Meyer, D. The Molecular Signature of Selection Underlying Human Adaptations. American Journal of Physical Anthropology. (Yearbook issue) 43:89-130.

2005. Harris, EE, Gifalli-Iughetti, C.C., Braga, Z.H.and Koiffmann, C.P. Cytochrome b sequences show subdivision between populations of the brown howler monkey (Alouatta guariba) from Rio de Janeiro and Santa Catarina, Brazil. Neotropical Primates 32(2):16-21.

2005. Harris EE and Malyango, A.A. Evolutionary explanations in medical and health profession courses: are you answering your students' "why" questions? BMC Medical Education May 10;5(1):16-22.

2005. Harris EE Giving students the ultimate answer. HAPS Educator 9(2):6-9.

2002. Harris EE Why such long faces? Evolution & Development 4:3, 167-168.

2001. Harris EE and Jody Hey. Human populations show reduced DNA sequence variation at the Factor IX Locus. Current Biology 11(10) 774-778.

2001. Harris EE Book Review of Old World Monkeys. Edited by Paul F. Whitehead and Clifford J. Jolly. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 2000. Quarterly Review of Biology 76(2): 251-252.

2000. J. Hey and Harris EE. Origins of modern humans still look recent—comments from Jody Hey and Eugene Harris. Current Biology 10(1): R8.

2000. Harris EE. Molecular systematics of the Old World monkey tribe Papionini: analysis of the “total” available genetic sequences. Journal of Human Evolution. 38(2):235-256.

1999. Harris EE Human evolution on Long Island. Report on the 1999 Human Evolution Meetings at Cold Spring Harbor, Long Island NY. Evolutionary Anthropology 8(4):118-119.

1999. J. Hey and Harris EE Population bottlenecks and patterns of human polymorphism. Molecular Biology and Evolution 16(10): 1423-1426.

1999. Harris EE and Jody Hey. Human demography in the Pleistocene: do mitochondrial and nuclear genes tell the same story? Evolutionary Anthropology 8(3): 81-86.

1999. Harris EE and Jody Hey. X Chromosome evidence for ancient human histories. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA 96(6): 3320-3334.

1998. Harris EE and T.R. Disotell. Nuclear gene trees and the phylogenic relationships of the mangabeys (Papionini: Primates). Molecular Biology and Evolution 15:892-900.

1996 Harrison, T. and Harris EE. Undescribed fossil cercopithecids from the Plio-Pleistocene of Kanam East in Western Kenya. Journal of Human Evolution 30, 539-561.

1995 SE Weeks, Harris EE, and Kinzey, WG Human gross anatomy: a crucial time to encourage respect and compassion in students. Clinical Anatomy 8(1):69-79.

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