Most of my publications are listed in PubMed [Click Here]. A complete list is below.  
 
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]  
 
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. DNA sequence variation suggests ancient population structure in black bears. Ursus 10:329-333.  
 
Wooding, S., Waits, L. 1995. DNA sequencing as a tool in bear biology. International Bear Association Newsletter 3:2-3.