1. Nuismer, S.L., B. Week, and M. A. Aizen. 2018. Coevolution slows the disassembly of mutualistic networks. The American Naturalist. In press.
  2. Nuismer, S.L.,  R. May,  A.J. Basinski, and C.H. Remien. 2018. Controlling epidemics with transmissible vaccines. PLoS One. In press.
  3. Basinski, A.J.. T.J. Varrelman, M.W. Smithson, R.H. May, C.H. Remien, and S.L. Nuismer. 2018. Evaluating the promise of recombinant transmissible vaccines. Vaccine. 36: 675-682.
  4. MacPherson, A., S.P. Otto, and S.L. Nuismer. 2018. Keeping pace with the Red Queen: identifying the genetic basis of susceptibility to infectious disease. Genetics. 209: X-X.
  5. Bull, J.J., M.W. Smithson, and S.L. Nuismer. 2018. Transmissible Viral Vaccines. Trends in Microbiology. 26: 6-15 .
  6. Nuismer, S.L. 2017. Rethinking conventional wisdom: are locally adapted parasites ahead in the coevolutionary race? The American Naturalist. 190:584-593.
  7. Nuismer, S.L., C.E. Jenkins, M.F. Dybdahl. 2017. Identifying coevolving loci using interspecific genetic correlations. Ecology and Evolution. 00:1–10.
  8. MacPherson, A., and S.L. Nuismer. 2017. The probability of parallel genetic evolution from standing genetic variation. Journal of Evolutionary Biology. 30:326-337
  9. Nuismer, S.L., Benjamin M. Althouse, Ryan May, James J. Bull, Sean P. Stromberg, Rustom Antia. 2016. Eradicating infectious disease using weakly transmissible vaccines. Proc. R. Soc. B. 283:20161903.
  10. Paff, M.L., S.L. Nuismer, A. Ellington, I.J. Molineux, J.J. Bull. 2016. Virus wars: using one virus to block the spread of another. PeerJ. 4:e2166
  11. Paff, M.L., S.L. Nuismer, A. Ellington, I.J. Molineux, R.H. May, J.J. Bull. 2016. Design and engineering of a transmissible antiviral defense. Journal of Biological Engineering. DOI: 10.1186/s13036-016-0033-4
  12. Nuismer S.L. and M.F. Dybdahl. 2016. Quantifying the coevolutionary potential of multi-step immune defenses. Evolution. 70: 282-295.
  13. MacPherson, A., P.A. Hohenlohe, and S.L. Nuismer. 2015. Trait dimensionality explains widespread variation in local adaptation. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B-Biological Sciences. Volume 282. doi: 10.1098/rspb.2014.1570
  14. Nuismer, S.L. and L.J. Harmon. 2015. Predicting rates of interspecific interactions from phylogenetic trees. Ecology Letters. 18:17-27.
  15. Heath, K. and S.L. Nuismer. 2014. Connecting functional and statistical definitions of genotype by genotype interactions in coevolutionary studies. Frontiers in genetics. 7:77
  16. Dybdahl, M.F., C.E. Jenkins, and S.L. Nuismer. 2014. Identifying the molecular basis of host-parasite coevolution: merging models and mechanisms. The American Naturalist. 184:1-13.
  17. Debarre, F., S.L. Nuismer, and M. Doebeli. 2014. Multidimensional (Co)evolutionary stability. The American Naturalist. 184:158-171.
  18. Ridenhour, B.J. and S.L. Nuismer. 2014. A quantitative genetic approach for predicting ecological change in biological communities. Theoretical Ecology. 7:137-148.
  19. Jones, E., S.L. Nuismer, and R. Gomulkiewicz. 2013. Revisiting Darwin’s conundrum reveals a twist on the relationship between phylogenetic distance and invasibility. PNAS. 110:20627-20632.
  20. Blanquart, F., O. Kaltz, S.L. Nuismer, and S. Gandon. 2013. A practical guide to measuring local adaptation. Ecology Letters. 16:1195-1205.
  21. Nuismer, S.L., Bascompte, J., and Jordano, P. 2013. Coevolution and the architecture of mutualistic networks. Evolution. 67:338-354.
  22. Nuismer, S.L., A. MacPherson, and E.B. Rosenblum, 2012. Crossing the threshold: gene flow, dominance, and the critical level of standing genetic variation required for adaptation to novel environments. Journal of Evolutionary Biology. 25:2665-2671.
  23. Poullain, V. and S.L. Nuismer. 2012. Infection genetics and the likelihood of host shifts in coevolving host-parasite interactions. The American Naturalist. 180: 618-628.
  24. Blanquart, F., S. Gandon, and S.L. Nuismer. 2012. The effects of migration and drift on local adaptation to a heterogeneous environment. Journal of Evolutionary Biology. 25:1351-1363.
  25. Gilman, RT, and D.C. Jhwueng, and S.L. Nuismer. 2012. Coevolution in multidimensional trait space favors escape from parasites and pathogens. Nature. 483:328-330
  26. Oswald, B. and S.L. Nuismer. 2011. A unified model of autopolyploid establishment and evolution. The American Naturalist. 178: 687-700.
  27. Oswald, B. and S.L. Nuismer. 2011. Neopolyploidy and diversification in Heuchera grossulariifolia. Evolution. 65:1667-1679.
  28. Yoder J.B. and S.L. Nuismer. 2010. When does coevolution promote diversification?      The American Naturalist. 176: 802-817.
  29. Gomulkiewicz, R., R. Holt, M. Barfield, S.L. Nuismer. 2010. Evolutionary Applications. 3:97-108.
  30. Nuismer, S.L., R. Gomulkiewicz, and B.J. Ridenhour. 2010. When is correlation coevolution? The American Naturalist. 175: 525-537.
  31. Gandon, S. and S.L. Nuismer. 2009. Interactions between genetic drift, gene flow and selection mosaics drive parasite local adaptation. The American Naturalist. 173: 212-224
  32. Nuismer, S. L., S. P. Otto, and F. Blanquart. 2008. When do host-parasite interactions drive the evolution of non-random mating? Ecology Letters. 11:937-946.
  33. Nuismer, S.L. and S. Gandon. 2008. Moving beyond common garden and transplant designs: insights into the causes of local adaptation in species interactions. The American Naturalist. 171:658-668.
  34. Nuismer, S.L. and B.J. Ridenhour. 2008. The contribution of parasitism on floral traits in Heuchera grossulariifolia. Journal of Evolutionary Biology. 21:958-965.
  35. Otto, S.P., M.R. Servedio, S.L. Nuismer. 2008. Frequency-dependent selection and the evolution of assortative mating. Genetics. 179:2091-2112.
  36. Oswald, B. and S.L. Nuismer. 2007. Neopolyploidy and pathogen resistance. 2007. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B-Biological Sciences. 274:2393-2397
  37. Nuismer, S.L., B.J. Ridenhour, B. Oswald. 2007. Antagonistic coevolution mediated by phenotypic differences between quantitative traits. Evolution. 61:1823-1834.
  38. Ridenhour, B.J. and S.L. Nuismer. 2007. Polygenic traits and parasite local adaptation. Evolution. 61:368-376.
  39. Gomulkiewicz, R., D.M. Drown, M.E. Dybdahl, W. Godsoe, S.L. Nuismer, K.M. Pepin, B.J. Ridenhour, C.I. Smith, J.B. Yoder. 2007. Dos and don'ts of testing the geographic mosaic theory of coevolution. Heredity. 98(5):249
  40. Nuismer, S.L. and J.N. Thompson. 2006. Coevolutionary alternation in antagonistic interactions. Evolution. 60:2207-2217.
  41. Nuismer, S.L. 2006. Parasite local adaptation in a geographic mosaic. Evolution. 60:24-30.
  42. Nuismer, S.L., and S.P. Otto. 2005. Host-parasite interactions and the evolution of gene expression. PLoS Biology. 3(7):1283-1288.
  43. Nuismer, S.L. and B.M. Cunningham. 2005. Selection for phenotypic divergence between diploid and autotetraploid Heuchera grossulariifolia. Evolution. 59:1928-1935.
  44. Nuismer, S.L., M. Doebeli, and D. Browning. 2005. The coevolutionary dynamics of antagonistic interactions mediated by quantitative traits with evolving variances. Evolution. 59:2073-2082.
  45. Nuismer, S. L., and S. P. Otto. 2004. Host-parasite interactions and the evolution of ploidy. PNAS 101:11036-11039. (Editor’s choice; Science)
  46. Otto, S. P., and S. L. Nuismer. 2004. Species interactions and the evolution of sex. Science. 304:1018-1020.
  47. Nuismer, S. L., and M. Doebeli. 2004. Genetic correlations and the coevolution of three species systems. Evolution 58:1165-1177.
  48. Kirkpatrick, M., and S. L. Nuismer. 2004. Sexual selection can constrain sympatric speciation. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B-Biological Sciences 271:687-693.
  49. Thompson, J.N., S.L. Nuismer, K.F. Merg. 2004. Plant polyploidy and the evolutionary ecology of plant/animal interactions. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society. 82:511-519.
  50. Gomulkiewicz, R., Nuismer, S.L., and J.N. Thompson. 2003. Coevolution when a mutualism is not always a mutualism.  The American Naturalist.  162: S80-S93
  51. Nuismer, S. L., J. N. Thompson, and R. Gomulkiewicz. 2003. Coevolution between hosts and parasites with partially overlapping geographic ranges. Journal of Evolutionary Biology. 16: 1337-1345
  52. Nuismer, S.L., R. Gomulkiewicz, and M. Morgan.  2003.  Coevolution in temporally variable environments.  The American Naturalist.  162: 195-204.
  53. Nuismer, S. L., and M. Kirkpatrick. 2003. Gene flow and the coevolution of parasite range. Evolution. 57:746-754.
  54. Thompson, J. N., S. L. Nuismer, and R. Gomulkiewicz.  2002. Coevolution and maladaptation.  Integrative and Comparative Biology 42:381-387.
  55. Nuismer, S.L. and J.N. Thompson.  2001. Plant polyploidy and non-uniform effects on insect herbivores.  Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B. 268: 1937-1940.
  56. Gomulkiewicz, R., J.N. Thompson, R.D. Holt, S.L. Nuismer and M.E. Hochberg.  2000. Hot spots, cold spots, and the geographic mosaic theory of coevolution.  The American Naturalist.  156: 156-174.
  57. Nuismer, S.L., J.N. Thompson and R. Gomulkiewicz.  2000. Coevolutionary clines across selection mosaics.  Evolution 54: 1102-1115.
  58. Nuismer, S. L., J. N. Thompson and R. Gomulkiewicz.  1999. Gene flow and geographically structured coevolution.  Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B. 266: 605-609.
  59. Alder, N. N., W. T. Pockman, J. S. Sperry and S. Nuismer. 1997. Use of centrifugal force in the study of xylem cavitation.  Journal of Experimental Botany 48: 665-674.