Peer Reviewed


Reese, A.T.*, T.R. Kartzinel*, B.L. Petrone, P.J. Turnbaugh, R.M. Pringle, and L.A. David. 2019. Using DNA metabarcoding to evaluate the plant component of human diets: a proof of concept. mSystems 4:e00458-19. [link]

Reese, A.T. and S.M. Kearney. 2019. Incorporating functional trade-offs into studies of the gut microbiota. Current Opinion in Microbiology 50:20-27. [link]

Reese, A.T., K.S. Chadaideh, C.E. Diggins, M. Beckel, P. Callahan, R. Ryan, M.E. Thompson, and R.N. Carmody. 2019. Parallel signatures of mammalian domestication and human industrialization in the gut microbiota. bioRxiv. [link]

Reese, A.T. and R.N. Carmody. 2019. Thinking outside the cereal box: non-carbohydrate routes for dietary manipulation of the gut microbiota. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 85:e02246-18. [link]

Dunn, R.R., A.T. Reese, and N. Eisenhauer. 2019. Biodiversity–ecosystem function relationships on bodies and in buildings. Nature Ecology and Evolution 3:7-9. [link]


Reese, A.T., F.C. Pereira, A. Schintlmeister, D. Berry, M. Wagner, L.P. Hale, A. Wu, S. Jiang, H.K. Durand, X. Zhou, R. Premont, A.M. Diehl, T.M. O’Connell, S.C. Alberts, T.R. Kartzinel, R.M. Pringle, R.R. Dunn, J.P. Wright, and L.A. David. 2018. Microbial nitrogen limitation in the mammalian large intestine. Nature Microbiology 3:1441-1450. [link]

Reese, A.T., R.R. Dunn. 2018. Drivers of microbiome biodiversity: a review of general rules, feces, and ignorance. mBio 9: e01294-18. [link]

Reese, A.T., E.H. Cho, B. Klitzman, S.P. Nichols, N.A. Wisniewski, M.M. Villa, H.K. Durand, F.S. Midani, S. Nimmagadda, T.M. O’Connell, J.P. Wright, M.A. Deshusses, L.A. David. 2018. Antibiotic-induced changes in the microbiota disrupt redox dynamics in the gut. eLife 7: e35987. [link]

Midani, F.S., A.A. Weil, F. Chowdhury, Y.A. Begum, A.I. Khan, H.K. Durand, A.T. Reese, S.N. Nimmagadda, J.D. Silverman, C.N. Ellis, E.T. Ryan, S.B. Calderwood, J.B Harris, F. Qadri, L.A. David, R.C. LaRocque. 2018. Human gut microbiota predicts susceptibility to Vibrio cholerae infection. Journal of Infectious Diseases 218: 645-653. [link]

Reese, A.T., K. Lulow, L.A. David, J.P. Wright. 2018. Plant community and soil conditions individually affect soil microbial community assembly in experimental mesocosms. Ecology and Evolution 8: 1196-1205. [link]


Reese, A.T., G. Ames, J.P. Wright. 2016. Variation in plant response to herbivory underscored by functional traits. PLoS One. 11: e0166714 [link]

Reese, A.T., A. Savage, E. Youngsteadt, K.L. McGuire, A. Koling, O. Watkins, S.D. Frank, and R.R. Dunn. 2016. Urban stress is associated with variation in microbial species composition—but not richness—in Manhattan. The ISME Journal. 10: 751-760 [link]


Sargis, E.J., N. Woodman, N.C. Morningstar, A.T. Reese, and L.E. Olson. 2014. Island history affects faunal composition: the treeshrews (Mammalia, Scandentia, Tupaiidae) from the Mentawai and Batu Islands. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society. 111: 290-304.  [link]


Sargis, E.J., N. Woodman, N.C. Morningstar, A.T. Reese, and L.E. Olson. 2013. Morphological distinctiveness of Javan Tupaia hypochrysa (Scandentia, Tupaiidae). Journal of Mammalogy. 94: 938-947. [link]

Strickland, M.S., D. Hawlena, A.T. Reese, M.A. Bradford, and O.J. Schmitz. 2013. Trophic cascade alters ecosystem carbon storage and release. PNAS. 110: 11035-11038. [link]

Reese, A.T., H.C. Lanier, and E.J. Sargis. 2013. Skeletal Indicators of Postcranial Specialization in Pika (Mammalia, Ochotonidae). Journal of Morphology. 274: 585-602. [link]

Sargis, E.J., N. Woodman, A.T. Reese, and L.E. Olson. 2013. Using hand proportions to test taxonomic boundaries within the Tupaia glis-T. belangeri species complex (Mammalia, Scandentia). Journal of Mammalogy. 94: 183-201. [link]


Dornburg, A., J.G. Colosi, C. Maser, A.T. Reese, and G.J. Watkins-Colwell. 2011. A survey of the Yale Peabody Museum Collection of Egyptian Mammals Collected During the Construction of the Aswan Dam: With an Emphasis on Material from the Yale University Prehistoric Expedition to Nubia (Yupen) 1962-1965. Bulletin of the Peabody Museum of Natural History. 52: 255-272. [link]