Noah Reid

Noah Reid

Research Assistant Professor 

University of Connecticut
Department of Molecular & Cell Biology
Torrey Life Sciences 413A
91 North Eagleville Road, Unit 3125
Storrs, CT 06269-3125

Telephone: 860-486-6963
Fax: 860-486-4331
noah.reid@uconn.edu

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Education:  B.A. Boston University 2003. M.S.University of Idaho 2008. Ph.D. Louisiana State University 2013. Postdoctoral Study: University of California, Davis.

Research InterestsEvolutionary genomics; genetics of adaptation; speciation; systematics and phylogeography.

Selected Publications:

Noah M. Reid, Andrew Whitehead. 2015. Functional genomics to assess biological responses to marine pollution at physiological and evolutionary timescales: toward a vision of predictive ecotoxicology. Briefings in functional genomics elv060.

Michael Gruenstaeudl, Noah M. Reid, Gregory L. Wheeler, and Bryan C. Carstens. 2016. Posterior predictive checks of coalescent models: P2C2M, an R package. Molecular ecology resources, 16(1), 193-205.

Jack Sullivan, John R Demboski, Kaycee C Bell, Sarah Hird, Brice Sarver, Noah Reid, and Jeff M Good. (2014). Divergence with gene flow within the recent chipmunk radiation (Tamias). Heredity 113.3: 185-194.

Noah M. Reid, Sarah Hird, Jeremy M Brown, John D McVay, Tara A Pelletier and Bryan C Carstens. 2013. Poor fit to the multispecies coalescent is widely detectable in empirical data. Systematic Biology.

Bryan C Carstens, Tara A. Pelletier, Jordan D. Satler, Noah M. Reid. 2013. How to fail at species delimitation. Molecular Ecology. 22(17):4369-4383.

Noah M. Reid, Bryan C. Carstens. 2012. Phylogenetic estimation error can decrease the accuracy of species delimitation: a Bayesian implementation of the general mixed Yule-coalescent model. BMC Evolutionary Biology. 12:196. DOI: 10.1186/1471-2148-12-196.

Noah M. Reid, John R. Demboski, Jack Sullivan. 2012. Phylogeny Estimation of the Radiation of Western North American Chipmunks (Tamias) in the Face of Introgression Using Reproductive Protein Genes. Systematic Biology. 61 (1): 44-62.

Noah Reid, Sarah Hird, Albrecht Schulte-Hostedde, and Jack Sullivan. 2010.Examination of nuclear loci across a zone of mitochondrial introgression betweenTamias ruficaudus and T. amoenus. Journal of Mammalogy 91(6):1389-1400.

Sarah M. Hird, Noah Reid, John Demboski and Jack Sullivan. 2010.Introgression at differentially aged hybrid zones in red-tailed chipmunks.Genetica 138:869-883.

Bryan C. Carstens, Holly N. Stoute, Noah M. Reid. 2009. An information-theoretical approach to phylogeography. Molecular Ecology 18(20):4270-4282.

Jeffrey M. Good, Sarah M. Hird, Noah Reid, John R. Demboski, Scott J. Steppan, Tina R. Martin-Nims, Jack Sullivan. 2008. Ancient hybridization and mitochondrial capture between two species of chipmunks. Molecular Ecology 17(5):1313-1327.

Polly Campbell, Noah M. Reid, Akbar Zubaid, nAdura M. Adnan, Thomas H. Kunz. 2006. Comparative Roosting Ecology of Cynopterus (Chiroptera: Pteropodidae) Fruit Bats in Peninsular Malaysia. Biotropica 38(6):725-734.