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Publications

  1. Knowles, L.L. and W.P. Maddison 2002. Statistical phylogeography. Molecular Ecology. 11:2623-2635
  2. Maddison, W. and T.M. Pérez 2001. Biodiversidad y lecciones de la historia. Enfoques contemporáneos para el estudio de la biodiversidad 201-220 [ Link ]
  3. Maddison, W.P 2000. Testing character correlation using pairwise comparisons on a phylogeny. Journal of Theoretical Biology. 202: 195-204
  4. Maddison, W.P 1997. Gene trees in species trees. Systematic Biology 46:523-536
  5. Maddison, W.P 1996. Molecular approaches and the growth of phylogenetic biology. Molecular zoology: Advances, strategies, and protocols pp. 47­63

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Wayne Maddison

Canada Research Chair in Biodiversity and Professor

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Office phone: 604-822-1545
Web page: Home page
Research area: Ecology, Evolution
Lab Members: S. Evans, G. Leduc-Robert, E. Piascik
History: David and Lucile Packard Fellow for Science and Engineering (1993-1998); Associate and Assistant Professor, University of Arizona (1990-2003); NSERC Postdoctoral Fellow, U. C. Berkeley (1988-1990); PhD, Harvard University (1988); BSc Zoology, University of Toronto (1980)

My research arose from a fascination with the diversity of forms and behaviours of jumping spiders, which led to systematics, which led to phylogenetic theory and computer programming. My work continues to be both empirical, on spiders, and theoretical, on the use of phylogeny in evolutionary inference.

Last updated 30 January 2014