Peer-reviewed papers and preprints

  1. A bootstrap model comparison test for identifying genes with context-specific patterns of genetic regulation.
    M. M. Malakhov, B. Dai, X. T. Shen, W. Pan. bioRxiv (2023).
    doi: 10.1101/2023.03.06.531446 | [pdf] | [code]

  2. Accounting for nonlinear effects of gene expression identifies additional associated genes in transcriptome-wide association studies.
    Z. Lin, H. Xue, M. M. Malakhov, K. A. Knutson, W. Pan. Human Molecular Genetics. 31, 2462–2470 (2022).
    doi: 10.1093/hmg/ddac015 | [pdf] | [code]

  3. Governance structure affects transboundary disease management under alternative objectives.
    J. C. Blackwood, M. M. Malakhov, J. Duan, J. J. Pellett, I. S. Phadke, S. Lenhart, C. Sims, K. Shea. BMC Public Health. 21, 1782 (2021).
    doi: 10.1186/s12889-021-11797-3 | [pdf]

  4. Management efficacy in a metapopulation model of white‐nose syndrome.
    J. Duan, M. M. Malakhov, J. J. Pellett, I. S. Phadke, J. Barber, J. C. Blackwood. Natural Resource Modeling. 34, e12304 (2021).
    doi: 10.1111/nrm.12304 | [pdf] | [code]

Other publications

  1. Attractor Reconstruction and Empirical Parameter Inference for Hydrogen-Oxygen Chemistry.
    M. M. Malakhov, B. R. Fitzpatrick, R. A. Lopez, A. Shivkumar. Air Force Research Laboratory, Technical Report AD1098889 (2019).
    url: | [pdf]

  2. Managing White-nose Syndrome in Bats: A Spatially Dynamic Modelling Approach.
    M. M. Malakhov. Andrews University, Honors Thesis (2019).
    doi: 10.32597/honors/216 | [pdf]