Amy's Google Scholar page


PREPRINTS

Goldberg A, Rastogi A, Rosenberg NA. Assortative mating by population of origin in a mechanistic model of admixture. In reviewavailable at biorxiv.

Kim J, Edge MD, Goldberg A, Rosenberg NA. Assortative mating and the dynamical decoupling of genetic admixture levels. Submitted, available at biorxiv.


PUBLISHED

Alcala N, Goldberg A, Ramakrishnan U, Rosenberg NA. (2019Coalescent theory of migration on networks. Molecular Biology & Evolution, 36(10), 2358-74. Available at biorxiv.

Goldberg A, Uricchio L, Rosenberg NA. (2018) Natural selection in human populations. In Oxford Bibliographies in Evolutionary Biology. Ed. Karin Pfennig. New York: Oxford University Press.

de Barros Damgaard P, [7 authors]…Goldberg A, …[50 authors]…Willerslev E. (2018) Population genomic history of the Eurasian steppe. Nature, 557, 369–374

Goldberg A, Günther TRosenberg NA, Jakobsson M. (2017) Ancient X chromosomes reveal contrasting sex bias in Neolithic and Bronze Age Eurasian migrations. PNAS 114(10), 2657-62. Available at biorxiv.

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. PNAS 114, E3875-77. Available at biorxiv.

Kang JTL, Goldberg A, Edge MD, Rosenberg NA. (2016) Consanguinity rates predict long runs of homozygosity in Jewish populations. Human Heredity 82, 87-102.

Goldberg A*, Mychajliw AM*, and Hadly EA. (2016) Post-invasion demography of prehistoric humans in South AmericaNature 532, 232-5. [data]

Algee‐Hewitt BF* and Goldberg A*. (2016) Better together: Thinking anthropologically about genetics. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 160(4), 557-560. Introduction to special issue.

Goldberg A and Rosenberg NA. (2015) Beyond 2/3 and 1/3: the complex signatures of sex-biased admixture on the X chromosomeGenetics 201(1), 263-79. Available at biorxiv.

Goldberg A, Verdu P, Rosenberg NA. (2014) Autosomal Admixture Levels Are Informative About Sex Bias in Admixed Populations. Genetics 198(3), 1209-29. Available at biorxiv.


Some talks available online

A mechanistic model for assortative mating in a hybrid population (PEQG Crow Award Finals, Madison, May 2018).

Statistical inference of South American population history using the distribution of human-associated radiocarbon dates (Barcelona, June 2016).