Galbreath, K.E., E.P. Hoberg, J.A. Cook, B. Armién, K.C. Bell, M.L. Campbell, J.L. Dunnum, A.T. Dursahinhan, R.P. Eckerlin, S.L. Gardner, S.E. Greiman, H. Henttonen, F.A. Jiménez, A.V.A. Koehler, B. Nyamsuren, V.V. Tkach, F. Torres-Pérez, A. Tsvetkova, and A.G. Hope. 2019. Building an integrated infrastructure for exploring biodiversity: field collections and archives of mammals and parasites. Journal of Mammalogy 100:382–393. Heske, E.J., K.C. Bell. 2019. Professional awards of the American Society of Mammalogists. Journal of Mammalogy 100:668–677.
McLean, B.S., K.C. Bell, J.M. Allen, K.M. Helgen, J.A. Cook. 2018. Impacts of inference method and dataset filtering on phylogenomic resolution in a rapid mammalian radiation. Systematic Biology 68:298–316.
Bell, K.C., J.R. Demboski, J.A. Cook. 2018. Sympatric parasites have similar host-associated, but asynchronous, patterns of diversification. American Naturalist 192:E106–E119.
Bell, K.C., C.J. Carlson, A.J. Phillips. 2018. Parasite collections: overlooked resources for integrative research and conservation. Trends in Parasitology 34:637–639.
Cook, J.A., K.E. Galbreath, K.C. Bell, M.L. Campbell, S. Carriere, J.P. Colella, N.G. Dawson, J.L. Dunnum, R.P. Eckerlin, S.E. Greiman, V. Fedorov, G.M.S. Haas, V. Haukisalmi, H. Henttonen, A.G. Hope, D. Jackson, T. Jung, A.V. Koehler, J.M. Kinsella, D. Krejsa, S.J. Kutz, S. Liphardt, S.O. MacDonald, J.L. Malaney, A. Makarikov, J. Martin, B.S. McLean, R. Mulders, B. Nyamsuren, S.L. Talbot, V. Tkach, A. Tsvetkova, H.M. Toman, E.C. Waltari, J.S. Whitman, E.P. Hoberg. 2017. Arctic Museum Collections--Special Issue: the Beringian Coevolution Project: holistic collections of mammals and associated parasites reveal novel perspectives on evolutionary and environmental change in the North. Arctic Science 3:585–617.
Lacey, E.A., T.T. Hammond, R.E. Walsh, K. Bell, S.V. Edwards, E.R. Ellwood, R. Guralnick, S.M. Ickert-Gond, A.R. Mast, J. McCormack, A.K. Monfils, P.S. Soltis, D.E. Soltis, J.A. Cook. 2017. Change, collections and the classroom: using big data to tackle big problems. Evolution: Education and Outreach 10:2.
Allen, J., B. Boyd, N. Nguyen, P. Vachaspati, T. Warnow, D. Huang, P. Gero, K.Bell, Q. Cronk, L. Mugisha, B. Pittendrigh, M. Leonardi, D. Reed, K. Johnson. 2017. Phylogenomics from whole genome sequences using aTRAM. Systematic Biology 66:786-798.
Bell, K.C., K. Calhoun, E.P. Hoberg, J.R. Demboski, J.A. Cook. 2016. Temporal and spatial mosaics: deep host association and shallow geographic drivers shape genetic structure in a widespread pinworm, Rauschtineria eutamii (Nematoda: Oxyuridae). Biological Journal of the Linnean Society. 119: 397-418.
Cook, J.S., E.A. Lacey, S.M. Ickert-Bond, E.P. Hoberg, K.E. Galbreath, K.C. Bell, S.E. Greiman, B.S. McLean, S. Edwards. 2016. From museum cases to the classroom: emerging opportunities for specimen-based education. Archives of the Zoological Museum of Moscow State University 54: 787-799.
Hope, A.G., J.L. Malaney, K.C. Bell, F. Salazar-Miralles, A.S. Chavez, B.R. Barber, J.A. Cook. 2016. Revision of the widespread red squirrels (genus Tamiasciurus) highlights the complexity of speciation within North American forests. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 100: 170-182.
McLean, B.S., K.C. Bell, J.L. Dunnum, B. Abrahamson, J.P. Colella, E.R. Deardorff, J. Weber, A.K. Jones, F. Salazar-Miralles, J.A. Cook. 2016. Natural history collections-based research: progress, promise, and best practices. Journal of Mammalogy 97: 287-297.
Bell, K.C., D. Matek, J.R. Demboski, J.A. Cook. 2015. Expanded host range of sucking lice and pinworms in western North American chipmunks (genus Tamias). Comparative Parasitology 82: 312-321.
Cook, J.A., S.V. Edwards, E. Lacey, R.P. Guralnick, P.S. Soltis, D.E. Soltis, C. Welch, K.C. Bell, K.E. Galbreath, C. Himes, J.M. Allen, T.A. Heath, A.C. Carnaval, K.L. Cooper, M. Liu, J. Hanken. 2014 Natural history collections as emerging resources for innovative undergraduate education in biology. Bioscience 8:725-734.
Sullivan, J., J.R. Demboski, K.C. Bell, S. Hird, B. Sarver, N. Reid, J.M. Good. 2014. Divergence-with-gene-flow within the recent chipmunk radiation (Tamias). Heredity 113:185-194.
Bell, K.C., M.D. Matocq. 2011. Regional genetic subdivision in the Mohave ground squirrel: evidence of historic isolation and ongoing connectivity in a Mojave Desert endemic. Animal Conservation 14: 371-381.
Bell, K.C., D.J. Hafner, P. Leitner, M.D. Matocq. 2010. Phylogeography of the ground squirrel subgenus Xerospermophilus and assembly of the Mojave Desert biota. Journal of Biogeography 37 (2): 363-378.
Bell, K.C., M.D. Matocq. 2010. Development and characterization of polymorphic microsatellite loci in the Mohave ground squirrel (Xerospermophilus mohavensis). Conservation Genetics Resources 2 (1): 197-199.