For an up-to-date list, check out my Google Scholar page.

I try to publish open access when possible, but if you can’t get hold of any of the papers below, get in touch and I’d be more than to send you a copy.

I’ve also head that sci-hub is pretty cool.

Preprints/Submitted

. Booker, T. R., Yeaman, S., & Whitlock, M.. Variation in recombination rate affects detection of FST outliers under neutrality., Submitted https://www.biorxiv.org/content/10.1101/2020.02.06.937813v2

. Booker, T. R., Yeaman, S. and Whitlock, M. C. Global adaptation confounds the search for local adaptation, Submitted, https://www.biorxiv.org/content/10.1101/742247v1

. Byers K. A., Booker T. R., Combs M., Himsworth C. G., Munshi-South J., Patrick D.M., Whitlock M.C.. *Using genetic relatedness to understand heterogeneous distributions of urban rat-associated pathogens.** (Submitted)

Published

. Booker, T. R. Inferring Parameters of the Distribution of Fitness Effects of New Mutations When Beneficial Mutations Are Strongly Advantageous and Rare G3: GENES, GENOMES, GENETICS Early online May 5, 2020

. Booker, T. R., Keightley, P. D.; Understanding the factors that shape patterns of nucleotide diversity in the house mouse genome, Molecular Biology and Evolution, , msy188

. Booker, T. R., Jackson B. C. and Keightley, P. D. (2017). Detecting positive selection in the genome. BMC Biology 15: 98. pdf

. Booker, T. R., Ness, R. W. and Keightley, P. D. (2017). The recombination landscape in wild house mice inferred using population genomic data. Genetics 207: 297-309. pdf

. Keightley, P. D., Campos, J. L., Booker T. R. and Charlesworth, B. (2016). Inferring the frequency spectrum of derived variants to quantify adaptive molecular evolution in protein-coding genes of Drosophila melanogaster. Genetics 203: 975-984. pdf

. Booker T., Ness, R. W. and Charlesworth, D. Molecular evolution: breakthroughs and mysteries in Batesian mimicry. Current Biology. 25: 506-508.

PhD Thesis

In case any one is interested, you can take a look at my PhD thesis.

In case you are interested, I used a latex template from the University of Edinburgh’s Geoscience department.