Publications

Select Peer Reviewed Publications

Fahmy Hawash, M.B.F., and J. Sanz-Remón, J-C. Grenier, J. Kohn, V. Yotova, Z. Johnson, Robert Lanford, J.F. Brinkworth, Luis Barreiro. 2021. “Primate innate immune responses to bacterial and viral pathogens reveals an evolutionary trade-off between strength and specificity”. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 118(13) e2015855118

Brinkworth, J.F. and N. Valizadegan. 2021. “Sepsis and the evolution of human high sensitivity to lipopolysaccharide”. Evolutionary Anthropology. March 10, 2021 

Brinkworth, J.F. and K. Maldonado, E. Moodie, G. Rosas. 2020. “Visceral non-presence: Ethnography in the age of COVID”. Journal of Legal Anthropology. 4(1):92-100

Brinkworth, J.F. and A. Alvarado. 2020. “Cell-Autonomous Immunity and the Pathogen-Mediated Evolution of Humans”. Quarterly Review of Biology. 95(3):215-246

Brinkworth, J.F. and C. Babbitt. 2018. “Immune system promiscuity in human and non-human primate evolution”. Human Biology. Volume 90(4):251-269

Hill, S.E. and M.L. Prokosch, A. Makhanova, M. Eimerbrink, J. Gassen, J.D. White, J. L. Peterman, R.P. Proffitt-Leyva, S.C. Nicolas, T.A. Reynolds, J.K. Maner, J.K. McNulty, L.A. Eckel, L. Nikonova, J.F. Brinkworth, M. Phillips, J. Mitchell, G.W. Boehm. 2018. “The Behavioral Immune System Protects the Body from Chronic Basal Inflammation”. Plos One. 13(9): e0203961. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0203961

Brinkworth, J.F. 2017. “Infectious Disease and the Diversification of the Human Genome”. Human Biology. Issue 89.1, Winter 2017

Snyder-Mackler, N. and J. Sanz, J.N. Kohn, J.F. Brinkworth, S. Morrow, A.O. Shaver, J.C. Grenier, R. Pique-Regi, Z.P. Johnson, M.E. Wilson, L.B. Barreiro, J. Tung. Social status alters immune regulation and response to infection in macaques”. Science 354(6315):1041-1045

Pai, A.A. and G. Baharian, A.P. Sabourin, J.F. Brinkworth, Y. Nedelec, J.W. Foley, J.C. Grenier, K.J. Siddle, A. Dumaine, V. Yotova, Z.P. Johnson, R.E. Lanford, C.B. Burge, L.B. Barreiro. 2016. “Widespread shortening of 3′ untranslated regions and increased exon inclusion are evolutionarily conserved features of innate immune responses to infection”. PLoS Genetics. 12(9):e1006338. doi:10.1371/journal.pgen.1006338

Brinkworth, J.F. and L.B. Barreiro. 2014. “The contribution of natural selection to present-day susceptibility to chronic inflammatory and autoimmune disease”. Current Opinions in Immunology. 31:66-78

Brinkworth, J.F. and M. Thorn. 2013. “Vertebrate immune system evolution and comparative primate immunity”. In J.F. Brinkworth and K. Pechenkina (eds) Primates, Pathogens and Evolution. Developments in Primatology: Progress and Prospects. Vol 38: 17-64. Springer Publishing: New York

Brinkworth, J.F. and K.N. Sterner. 2013. “Toll-like receptor function and evolution in primates” In J.F. Brinkworth and K. Pechenkina (eds) Primates, Pathogens and Evolution. Developments in Primatology: Progress and Prospects. Vol 38: 91-116. Springer Publishing: New York

Brinkworth, J.F. and K. Pechenkina. 2013. “Primates, pathogens and evolution: An introduction”. In J.F. Brinkworth and K. Pechenkina (eds) Primates, Pathogens and Evolution. Developments in Primatology: Progress and Prospects. Vol 38: 1-15. Springer Publishing: New York

Brinkworth, J.F. and J. Silver, S.M. Goyert. 2012. Innate immune responses to TLR2 and TLR4 agonists differ between baboons, chimpanzees and humans. Journal of Medical Primatology. 41(6): 388-39


Books


Primates, Pathogens, and Evolution

Brinkworth J.F. and K. Pechenkina (eds). 2013. Primates, Pathogens and Evolution. Developments in Primatology: Progress and Prospects. Vol 38. 428p. Springer Publishing: New York