Most of my publications are listed in PubMed [Click Here]. A complete list is below.  
Roudnitzky, N., Behrens, M., Engel, A., Kohl, S., Thalmann, S., Hubner, S., Lossow, K., Wooding, S.P., Meyerhof, W. 2015. Receptor polymorphism and genomic structure interact to shape bitter taste perception. PLoS Genetics DOI: 10.1371/journal.pgen.1005530 [REPRINT]  
Wooding, S. 2013. Olfaction: It makes a world of scents. Current Biology 23:R677-R679. [REPRINT]  
Behrens, M., Gunn, H., Ramos, P., Meyerhof, W., Wooding, S. 2013. Genetic, functional, and phenotypic diversity in TAS2R38-mediated bitter taste perception. Chemical Senses 38:475-484. [REPRINT]  
Wooding, S.P., Atanasova, S., Gunn, H.C., Staneva, R., Dimova, I., Toncheva, D. 2012. Association of a bitter taste receptor mutation with Balkan Endemic Nephropathy (BEN). BioMed Central Medical Genetics 13(96)2-7. [REPRINT]  
Xing, G., Lin, C., Wooding, S., Xing, C. 2012. Blindly using Wald's test can miss rare disease-causal variants in case-control association studies. Annals of Human Genetics 76:168-177. [REPRINT]  
Wooding, S.P. 2011. Signatures of natural selection in a primate bitter taste receptor. Journal of Molecular Evolution 73:257-265. [REPRINT]  
Roudnitzky, N., Bufe, B., Thalmann, S., Kuhn, C., Gunn, H.C., Xing, C., Crider, B.P., Behrens, M., Meyerhof, W., Wooding, S.P. 2011. Genomic, genetic, and functional dissection of bitter taste responses to artificial sweeteners. Human Molecular Genetics 10:3437-3449. [REPRINT]  
Bray, S.M., Mulle, J.G., Dodd, A.F., Pulver, A.E., Wooding, S., Warren, S.T. 2010. Signatures of founder effect, admixture, and selection in the Ashkenazi Jewish population. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 107:16222-16227. [REPRINT]  
Wooding, S., Gunn, H., Ramos, P., Thalmann, S., Xing, C., Meyerhof, W. 2010. Genetics and bitter taste responses to goitrin, a plant toxin found in vegetables. Chemical Senses 35:685-692. [REPRINT]  
Wooding, S. 2008. Book Review: Relics of Eden: The Powerful Evidence of Evolution in Human DNA. The Quarterly Review of Biology 83:396-397. [REPRINT]  
Witherspoon, D.J., Wooding, S., Rogers, A.R., Marchani, E.E., Watkins, W.S., Batzer, M.A., Jorde, L.B. 2007. Genetic similarities within and between human populations. Genetics 176:351-359. [REPRINT]  
Rogers, A.R., Wooding, S., Huff, C.D., Batzer, M.A., Jorde, L.B. 2007. Ancestral alleles and population origins: inferences depend on mutation rate. Molecular Biology and Evolution 24:990-997. [REPRINT]  
Wooding, S.P. 2007. Following the herd. Nature Genetics 39:7-8. [REPRINT]  
Coisne, S., Bamshad, M., Jorde, L.B., Wooding, S., Stoczkowski, W. 2006. La science et les races. La Recherche 10:30-48.  
Witherspoon, D.J., Marchani, E.E., Watkins, W.S., Ostler, C.T., , Wooding, S.P., Anders, B.A., Fowlkes, J.D., Boissinot, S., Furano, A.V., Ray, D.A., Rogers, A.R., Batzer, M.A., Jorde, L.B. 2006. Human population genetic structure and diversity inferred from polymorphic L1 (LINE-1) and Alu insertions. Human Heredity 62:30-46. [REPRINT]  
Kim, U.-k., Wooding, S., Riaz, N., Jorde, L.B., Drayna, D. 2006. Variation in the human TAS1R taste receptor genes. Chemical Senses 31:599-611. [REPRINT]  
Christensen, G.L.,Wooding, S.P., Ivanov, I.P., Atkins, J.F., Carrell, D.T. 2006. Sequencing and haplotype analysis of the Activator of CREM in the Testis (ACT) gene in populations of fertile and infertile males. Molecular Human Reproduction 12:257-262. [REPRINT]  
Wooding, S. 2006. PTC: A 75-year adventure in genetics and natural selection. Genetics 172:2015-2023. [REPRINT]  
Wooding, S., Bufe, B., Grassi, C., Howard, M.T., Stone, A.C., Vazquez, M., Dunn, D.M., Meyerhof, W., Weiss, R.B., Bamshad, M.J. 2006. Independent evolution of bitter-taste sensitivity in humans and chimpanzees. Nature 440:930-934. [REPRINT]  
Wooding, S., Jorde, L. B. 2006. Duplication and divergence in humans and chimpanzees. BioEssays 28:335-338. [REPRINT]  
Christensen, G.L., Ivanov, I.P., Wooding, S.P., Atkins, J.F., Mielnik, A., Schlegel, P.N., Carrell, D.T. 2006. Identification of polymorphisms and balancing selection in the male infertility candidate gene, ornithine decarboxylase antizyme 3. BMC Medical Genetics 7:27. [REPRINT]  
Wooding, S. 2005. Evolution: A study in bad taste? Current Biology 15:R805-R807. [REPRINT]  
*Kim, U.-k., *Wooding, S., Jorde, L.B., Drayna, D. 2005. Worldwide haplotype diversity and coding sequence variation at human bitter-taste receptor loci. Human Mutation 26:199-204. (* Shared first authorship) [REPRINT]  
Nakajima, T., Wooding, S., Satta, Y., Jinnai, N., Goto, S., Hayasaka, I., Saitou, N., Guan-Jun, J., Tokunaga, K., Jorde, L. B., Emi, M., Inoue, I. 2005. Evidence for natural selection in the HAVCR1 gene: high degree of amino-acid variability in the mucin domain of human HAVCR1 protein. Genes and Immunity.[REPRINT]  
Wooding, S., Stone, A. C., Dunn, D. M., Jorde, L. B., Weiss, R. K., Ahuja, S., Bamshad, M. J. 2005. Contrasting effects of natural selection on human and chimpanzee CC chemokine receptor 5. American Journal of Human Genetics 76:291-301. [REPRINT]  
Jorde, L. B., Wooding, S. 2004. Human genetic variation and "race". Nature Genetics 36:S28-S33. [REPRINT]  
Wooding, S. 2004. Natural Selection: Sign, sign, everywhere a sign. Current Biology 14:R700-R701. [REPRINT]  
Bamshad, M., Wooding, S., Salisbury, B., Stephens, J. C. 2004. Deconstructing the relationship between genetics and race. Nature Reviews Genetics 5:898-609. [REPRINT]  
Wooding, S., Ostler, C., Prasad, B. V. R., Watkins, W. S., Sung, S., Bamshad, M., Jorde, L. B. 2004. Directional migration in the Hindu Castes: Inferences from mitochondrial, autosomal and Y-chromosomal data. Human Genetics 115:221-229. [DATA][REPRINT]  
Sakagami, T., Witherspoon, D. J., Nakajima, T., Jinnai, N., Wooding, S., Jorde, L. B., Hasegawa, T., Suzuki, E., Gejyo, F., Inoue, I. 2004. Local adaptation and differentiation at the interleukin 13 and interleukin 14 loci. Genes and Immunity 5:389-397. [REPRINT]  
Nakajima, T., Wooding, S., Sakagami, T., Emi, M., Tokunaga, K., Tamiya, G., Ishigami, T., Umemura, S., Munkhbat, B., Jin, F., Guanjun, J., Hayasaka, I., Ishida, T., Saito, N., Pavelka, K., Lalouel, J.-M., Jorde, L. B., Inoue, I. 2004. Natural selection and population history in the human angiotensinogen gene (AGT): 736 complete AGT sequences in worldwide chromosomes. American Journal of Human Genetics 74:.898-916. [DATA][REPRINT]  
Wooding, S. 2004. Book review: Inferring Phylogenies by Joseph Felsenstein. American Journal of Human Genetics 74:1074. [REPRINT]  
Wooding, S., Kim, U.-k., Bamshad, M. J., Larsen, J., Jorde, L. B., Drayna, D. 2004. Natural selection and molecular evolution in PTC, a bitter taste receptor gene. American Journal of Human Genetics 74:637-646. [REPRINT]  
Rogers, A. R., Iltis, D., Wooding, S. 2004. Genetic variation at the MC1R locus and the time since loss of human body hair. Current Anthropology 45:105-108. [REPRINT]  
Watkins, W. S., Rogers, A. R., Ostler, C. T., Wooding, S., Bamshad, M. J., Brassington, A-M. E., Carroll, M. L., Nguyen, S. V., Walker, J. A., Batzer, M. A., Prasad, B. V. R., Reddy, G., Das, P. K., Jorde, L. B. 2003. Genetic variation among world populations: Inferences from 100 Alu insertion polymorphisms. Genome Research 13:1607-1618. [REPRINT]  
Bamshad, M. J., Wooding, S., Watkins, W. S., Ostler, C. T., Batzer, M. A., Jorde, L. B. 2003. Human population genetic structure and inference of group membership. American Journal of Human Genetics 72:578-589. [DATA][REPRINT]  
Bamshad, M., Wooding, S. 2003. Signatures of natural selection in the human genome. Nature Reviews Genetics 4:99-111. [REPRINT]  
Wooding, S. 2003. PopHist: Inferring population history from the frequency spectrum of alleles. BioInformatics 19:539-540. [REPRINT]  
Marth, G., Schuler, G., Yeh, R., Davenport, R., Agarwala, R., Church, D., Wheelan, S., Baker, J., Ward, M., Kholodov, M., Phan, L., Czabarka, E., Murvai, J., Clutler, D., Wooding, S., Rogers, A., Chakravarti, A., Harpending, H.C., Kwok, P.-Y., Sherry, S. T. 2002. Sequence variations in the public human genome data reflect a bottlenecked population history. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 100:376-381. [REPRINT]  
Wooding, S., Rogers, A. 2002. The matrix coalescent and an application to human single-nucleotide polymorphisms. Genetics 161:1641-1650. [REPRINT]  
Wooding, S.P., Watkins, W.S., Bamshad, M.J., Dunn, D.M., Weiss, R.B., Jorde, L. B. 2002. DNA sequence variation in a 3.7Kb noncoding sequence 5' of the CYP1A2 gene: Implications for human population history and natural selection. American Journal of Human Genetics 71:528-542. [REPRINT]  
Bamshad, M. J., Mummidi, S., Gonzalez, E., Ahuja, S. S., Dunn, D. M., Watkins, W. S., Wooding, S. P., Stone, A. C., Jorde, L. B., Weiss, R. B., Ahuja, S. K. 2002. A strong signature of balancing selection in the 5' cis-regulatory region of CCR5. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 99:10539-10544. [REPRINT]  
Wooding, S. 2001. Nonstationary population genetics and the evolution of human molecular diversity. Doctoral dissertation. University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT. [REPRINT]  
Wooding, S. 2001. Do human and JC virus genes show evidence of host-parasite co-demography? Infection, Genetics and Evolution 1:3-12. [REPRINT]  
Ding, Y.-C., Wooding, S., Harpending, H. C., Chi, H.-C., Li, H.-P., Fu, Y.-X., Pang, J.-F., Yao, Y.-G., Yu, J.-G. X., Moyzis, R., Zhang, Y.-P. 2000. Population structure and history in East Asia. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 97:14003-14006. [REPRINT]  
Wooding, S., Rogers, A. R. 2000. A Pleistocene population X-plosion? Human Biology 72:693-695. [REPRINT]  
Wooding, S. 2000. PRoMT: Inferring demographic history from DNA sequences. BioInformatics 16:298-299. [REPRINT]  
Wooding, S., Ward, R.H. 1997. Phylogeography and Pleistocene evolution in the North American black bear. Molecular Biology and Evolution 14:1096-1105. [REPRINT]  
Wooding, S., Ward, R.H. 1996. Patterns of genetic diversity in a black bear population indicate recent immigration. Ursus 10:329-333. [REPRINT]  
Wooding, S., Waits, L. 1995. DNA sequencing as a tool in bear biology. International Bear Association Newsletter 3:2-3.