The full list of publications of the group are available on the department’s web site.

You can also check my Google Scholar account or my ORCID ID.

Some selected publications from the group

O. Loiseau, T. Mota Machado, M. Paris, D. Koubínová, K. G. Dexter, L. M. Versieux, C. Lexer, N. Salamin. 2021. Genome skimming reveals widespread hybridization in a Neotropical flowering plant radiation. Front Ecol Evol. 9, 668281. [doi

P. Duchen, N. Salamin. 2020. A cautionary note on the use of genotype callers in phylogenomics. Systematic Biology. 70(4), 844-854. [doi]

P. Duchen, M.L. Alfaro, J. Rolland, N. Salamin, D. Silvestro. 2020. On the effect of asymmetrical trait inheritance on models of trait evolution. Systematic Biology. 70(2), 376-388. [doi]

T. Gaboriau, F.K. Mendes, S. Joly, D. Silvestro, N. Salamin. 2020. A multi-platform package for the analysis of intra- and interspecific trait evolution. Methods in Ecology and Evolution. 11(11), 1439-1447. [doi]

X. Meyer, L. Dib, D. Silvestro, N. Salamin. 2019. Simultaneous Bayesian inference of phylogeny and molecular coevolution. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA. 116(11), 5027-5036.

A. Marcionetti, V. Rossier, J.A.M. Bertrand, G. Litsios, N. Salamin. 2018. First draft genome of an iconic clownfish species (Amphiprion frenatus). Molecular Ecology Resources. 18 (5), 1092-1101.

J. Rolland, D. Silvestro, G. Litsios, L. Faye, N. Salamin. 2018. Clownfishes evolution below and above the species level. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. 285 (1873), 20171796.

D. Silvestro, M.F. Tejedor, M.L. Serrano-Serrano, O. Loiseau, V. Rossier, J. Rolland, A. Zizka, S. Höhna, A., N. Salamin. 2018. Early arrival and climatically-linked geographic expansion of New World monkeys from tiny African ancestors. Systematic Biology. 68 (11), 78-92.

I.I. Davydov, M. Robinson-Rechavi, N. Salamin. 2017. State aggregation for fast likelihood computations in molecular evolution. Bioinformatics. 33 (3), 354-362.

X. Meyer, B. Chopard, N. Salamin. 2017. Accelerating Bayesian inference for evolutionary biology models. Bioinformatics. 33 (5), 669-676.