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MrBayes: Bayesian Inference of Phylogeny

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The authors of MrBayes listed in alphabetical order:

John Huelsenbeck John Huelsenbeck is an Associate Professor in the Section of Ecology, Behavior & Evolution at the University of California at San Diego. He is interested in theoretical phylogenetics, particularly Bayesian estimation of phylogeny, and in the genetics of adaptation.

Bret Larget Bret Larget is an Associate Professor with joint appointment in the Departments of Botany and of Statistics at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. His research interests are in statistical aspects of bioinformatics and computational biology, especially Bayesian phylogeny estimation and models of molecular and genomic evolution.

Paul van der MarkPaul van der Mark is a postdoc at the Ronquist Lab in the School of Computational Science at the Florida State University. He is interested in computational biology and parallel computing.

Fredrik RonquistFredrik Ronquist is a Professor in the Dept. of Biodiversity Informatics at the Swedish Museum of Natural History. His research interests include computational Bayesian phylogenetics, hymenopteran systematics and evolution, and biodiversity informatics. In addition to the MrBayes project, Fredrik is also involved in the MorphBank project, the Swedish Taxonomy Initiative and the DINA project.

Donald Simon is an Associate Professor in the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science at Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA. He is interested in computational biology, in particular in Bayesian estimation of phylogeny, and high performance computing.

Maxim Teslenko Maxim Teslenko is a research programmer in the Dept. of Biodiversity Informatics at the Swedish Museum of Natural History. He is interested in computational biology and various aspects of electronic system design such as logic syntheses, formal verification, design of fault tolerant systems, etc.