1. Jensen, S.T., Park, J., Braunstein, A. and McAuliffe, J. (2013). Bayesian hierarchical modeling of the HIV evolutionary response to therapy Journal of the American Statistical Association 108: 1230-1242.
  2. Berger, J., Bradlow, E., Braunstein, A., and Zhang Y., From Karen to Katie: Using Baby Names to Study Cultural Evolution, Psychological Science
  3. McShane, B., Braunstein, A., Piette, J., and Jensen, T. Which Metrics Matter: A Bayesian Variable Selection Approach with Application to Major League Baseball Hitting Data. Journal of Quantitative Analysis in Sports: Vol. 7: Issue 4.
  4. Braunstein, A., Granka, L. and Staddon, J. Indirect Content Privacy Surveys: Measuring Privacy Without Asking About It. SOUPS 2011.
  5. Nygaard, S., Braunstein, A., et al. Long and short term selective pressures on malaria parasite genomes. PLoS Genetics
  6. Piette, J., Braunstein, A., McShane, B., and Jensen, T. A Point-Mass Mixture Random Effects Model for Pitching Metrics. Journal of Quantitative Analysis in Sports: Vol. 6: Issue 3.
  7. Braunstein, A. Consistency and Pythagoras. Journal of Quantitative Analysis in Sports: Vol. 6: Issue 1.
  8. Braunstein, A., Wei, Z., Jensen, S., and McAuliffe, J. A spatially varying two-sample recombinant coalescent, with applications to HIV escape response. NIPS 2009.poster

Working Papers:

  1. Braunstein, A., Wang, S. Confidence intervals for pulsed mass extinctions when recovery potentialis non-uniform.