Publications

  • Teitelbaum, C.S., Huang, S., Hall, R.J., and Altizer S.  (2018) Migratory behaviour predicts greater parasite diversity in ungulates. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 285:1-8. doi: 10.1098/rspb.2018.0089. Power Point Summary.
  • Dallas, T., and T. Poisot. (2018) Compositional turnover in host and parasite communities does not change network structure. Ecography 40: 1-9. doi: 10.1111
  • Park. A. W., M. J. Farrel, J. P. Schmidt, S. Huang, T. A. Dallas, P. Pappalardo, J. M. Drake, P. R. Stephens, R. Poulin, C. L. Nunn, T. J. Davies. (2018) Characterizing parasite generalism illuminates patterns of host-parasite associations. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences doi: 10.1098/rspb.2017.2613.
  • Dallas, T., S. Huang, C. Nunn, A. W. Park, and J. M. Drake (2017) Estimating parasite host range.  Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284: rspb 2017:1250. doi: 10.1098.
  • Stephens, P. R.,  P. Pappalardo, S. Huang, J. Byers, R. Critchlow, M. J. Farrel, A. Gehman, R. Ghai, S. Haas. B. Han, J. P. Schmidt, S. Altizer, V. Ezenwa, and C. Nunn. (2017)  Global mammal parasite database v. 2.0.  Ecology doi: 1002/ecy.1799.
  • Dallas, T., A. W. Park, J. M. Drake (2017) Predicting cryptic links in host-parasite networks.  PLOS Computational Biology. doi: 10.1371/journal.pcbi.1005557
  • Stephens, P. R., S. Altizer, K. F. Smith, A. Aguirre, J. H. Brown, S. A. Budischack, J. E. Byers, R. Critchlow, J. T. Davies, J. M. Drake, V. O. Ezenwa, M. J. Farrell, J. L. Gittleman, B. A. Han, S. Huang, R. A. Hutchinson, P. Johnson, C. L. Nunn, D. Onstad, A. Park, R. Poulin, G. M. Vazquez-Prokopec, J. P. Schmidt (2016) The macroecology of infectious disease: a new perspective on global-scale drivers of pathogen distributions and impacts. Ecology Letters doi: 10.1111/ele.12644.
  • Johnson P. T. J., C. L. Wood, M. B. Joseph, D. L. Preston, S. E. Haas, and Y. P. Springer (2016) Habitat heterogeneity drives the host diversity-begets-parasite diversity relationship: evidence from experimental and field studies.  Ecology Letters doi: 10.1111/ele.12609
  • Han, B. A. Han, A. M. Kramer, and J. M. Drake (2016) Global Trends in Zoonotic Disease in Mammals.  Trends in Parisitology. doi:10.1016/j.pt.2016.04.007 Power Point Summary
  • Huang, S., Roy, K. Valentine, J. W. and Jablonski, D. (2015) Convergence, divergence, and parallelism in marine biodiversity trends: Integrating present-day and fossil data. PNAS doi: 10.1073/pnas.1412219112
  • Huang, S., Drake, J. M., Gittleman, J. L. and Altizer, S. (2015) Parasite diversity declines with host evolutionary distinctiveness: a global scale analysis of carnivores. Evolution doi: 10.1111/evo.12611
  • Farrell, M., P. R. Stephens, T. J. Davies. (2016)  Response to Strona & Fattorini: Are generalist parasites being lost from their hosts? Journal of Animal Ecology doi: 10.1111/1365-2656.12470
  • Farrell M.J., P. R. Stephens, L. Berrang-Ford, J. L. Gittleman, T. J. Davies (2015) The path to host extinction can lead to loss of generalist parasites. Journal of Animal Ecology doi: 10.1111/1365-2656.12342
  • Suzán, G., G. E. García‐Peña, I. Castro‐Arellano, O. Rico, A. V. Rubio, M. J. Tolsá, B. Roche, B., P. R. Hosseini, A. Rizzoli, K. A. Murray,  and C. Zambrana‐Torrelio (2015) Metacommunity and phylogenetic structure determine wildlife and zoonotic infectious disease patterns in time and space. Ecology and Evolution doi: 10.1002/ece3.1404