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Paul Schliekelman

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Associate Professor and Associate Department Head of Statistics
Ph.D. (2000) North Carolina State University
Selected Publications:
  • McBride K.L., R. Pignatelli, M. Lewin, T. Ho, S. Fernbach, A. Menesses, W. Lam, S.M. Leal, N. Kaplan, P. Schliekelman, J.A. Towbin, and J.W. Belmont. 2005. Inheritance analysis of congenital left ventricular outflow tract obstruction malformations: Segregation, multiplex relative risk, and heritability. American Journal of Medical Genetics 134A: 180-186.
  • Schliekelman, P., S.P. Ellner and F. Gould. 2005. Pest control by genetic manipulation of sex ratio. Journal of Economic Entomology 98: 18-34.
  • Gould, F. and P. Schliekelman. 2004. Population genetics of autocidal control and Strain Replacement. Annual Review of Entomology 49: 193-217.
  • Ganko, E.W., V. Bhattacharjee, P. Schliekelman and J.F. McDonald. 2003. Evidence for the contribution of LTR retrotransposons to C. elegans gene evolution. Mol. Biol. Evol. 20: 1925-1931.
  • Schliekelman, P. 2003. Transient dynamics in multilocus invasions by transgenic organisms. Journal of Mathematical Biology 46: 171-188.
  • Schliekelman, P. and M. Slatkin. 2002. Multiplex relative risk and estimation of the number of loci underlying complex inherited diseases. American Journal of Human Genetics 71: 1369-1385.
  • Schliekelman P., C. Garner and M. Slatkin. 2001. Natural selection on alleles conferring resistance to HIV infection and AIDS in African populations. Nature 411: 545-546.
  • Schliekelman, P. and S.P. Ellner. 2001. Egg size evolution and energetic constraints on population dynamics. Theoretical Population Biology 60: 73-92.
  • Schliekelman, P. and F. Gould. 2000. Pest control by the introduction of a conditional lethal trait on multiple loci: Potential, limitations, and optimal strategies. Journal of Economic Entomology 93: 1543-1565.
  • Schliekelman, P. and F. Gould. 2000. Pest control by the release of insects carrying female killing alleles on multiple loci. Journal of Economic Entomology 93: 1566-1579.

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