Sackman AM, Rokyta DR. 2019. No cost of complexity in bacteriophages adapting to a complex environment. In revision. Genetics. bioRxiv doi: 10.1101/434324. (*Corresponding author) (pdf)

Sackman AM, Harris RB, Jensen JD. 2019. Inferring demography and selection in organisms characterized by skewed offspring distributions. In press, Genetics, 10.1534/genetics.118.301684. (*Corresponding author) (pdf)

Harris RB, Sackman AM, Jensen JD. 2018. On the unfounded enthusiasm for soft selective sweeps II: examining recent evidence from humans, flies, and viruses. PLOS Genetics 14(12): e1007859. (*Co-first author) (pdf)

Sackman AM, Rokyta DR. 2018. Additive phenotypes underlie epistasis of fitness effects. Genetics 208: 339-348. (pdf)

Sackman AM, Pfeifer SP, Kowalik TF, Jensen JD. 2018. On the demographic and selective forces shaping patterns of human cytomegalovirus variation within hosts. Pathogens 7: 16. (pdf)

Sackman AM, McGee LW, Morrison AJ, Pierce J, Anisman J, Hamilton H, Sanderbeck S, Newman C, Rokyta DR. 2017. Mutation-driven parallel evolution during viral adaptation. Molecular Biology and Evolution 34: 3243–3253. (pdf)

McGee LW, Sackman A, Morrison AJ, Pierce J, Anisman J, Rokyta DR. 2016. Synergistic pleiotropy overrides the costs of complexity in viral adaptation. Genetics 202:285–295. (pdf)

Sackman AM, Reed D, Rokyta DR. 2015. Intergenic incompatibilities reduce fitness in hybrids of extremely closely related bacteriophages. PeerJ 3: e1320. (pdf)

Sackman AM, Rokyta DR. 2013. The adaptive potential of hybridization demonstrated with bacteriophages. Journal of Molecular Evolution 77: 221–230. (pdf)

Bayer CSO, Sackman AM, Bezold K, Cabe PR, Marsh DM. 2012. Conservation genetics of an endemic mountaintop salamander with an extremely limited range. Conservation Genetics 13: 443–454. (pdf)