Richard Timothy Durrett
- James B. Duke Professor of Mathematics
- Professor of Mathematics
- Director of Graduate Studies of Mathematics
Research Areas and Keywords
Balding, DJ, Carothers, AD, Marchini, JL, Cardon, LR, Vetta, A, Griffiths, B, Weir, BS, Hill, WG, Goldstein, D, Strimmer, K, Myers, S, Beaumont, MA, Glasbey, CA, Mayer, CD, Richardson, S, Marshall, C, Durrett, R, Nielsen, R, Visscher, PM, Knott, SA, Haley, CS, Ball, RD, Hackett, CA, Holmes, S, Husmeier, D, Jansen, RC, Braak, CJFT, Maliepaard, CA, Boer, MP, Joyce, P, Li, N, Stephens, M, Marcoulides, GA, Drezner, Z, Mardia, K, McVean, G, Meng, X-L, Ochs, MF, Pagel, M, Sha, N, and Vannucci, M et al. "Discussion on the meeting on 'statistical modelling and analysis of genetic data'." Journal of the Royal Statistical Society. Series B: Statistical Methodology 64.4 (2002): 737-775. Full Text
York, TL, Durrett, R, and Nielsen, R. "Bayesian estimation of the number of inversions in the history of two chromosomes." Journal of Computational Biology 9.6 (2002): 805-818. Full Text
Durrett, R. "Mutual invadability implies coexistence in spatial models." Memoirs of the American Mathematical Society 740 (2002).
Durrett, RT, Chen, K-Y, and Tanksley, SD. "A simple formula useful for positional cloning." Genetics 160.1 (2002): 353-355.
Calabrese, PP, Durrett, RT, and Aquadro, CF. "Dynamics of microsatellite divergence under stepwise mutation and proportional slippage/point mutation models." Genetics 159.2 (October 2001): 839-852.
Sundell, NM, and Durrett, RT. "Exponential distance statistics to detect the effects of population subdivision." Theoretical Population Biology 60.2 (2001): 107-116. Full Text
Arkendra, DE, Ferguson, M, Sindi, S, and Durrett, R. "The equilibrium distribution for a generalized Sankoff-Ferretti model accurately predicts chromosome size distributions in a wide variety of species." Journal of Applied Probability 38.2 (2001): 324-334. Full Text
Durrett, R, and Limic, V. "On the quantity and quality of single nucleotide polymorphisms in the human genome." Stochastic Processes and their Applications 93.1 (2001): 1-24. Full Text
Kruglyak, S, Durrett, R, Schug, MD, and Aquadro, CF. "Distribution and abundance of microsatellites in the yeast genome can Be explained by a balance between slippage events and point mutations." Molecular Biology and Evolution 17.8 (August 2000): 1210-1219. Full Text