PS 71 - Latebreaking: Disease And Epidemiology

Friday, August 11, 2017: 8:30 AM-10:30 AM
Exhibit Hall, Oregon Convention Center
 Natural drivers of microbiome variation in the California Lyme disease vector
Lisa I. Couper, San Francisco State University; Jessica Y. Kwan, San Francisco State University; Joyce Ma, San Francisco State University; Andrea Swei, San Francisco State University
 Into the woods: Impact of insertion of oil palm plantations on the diversity, abundance, and distribution of mosquito vectors of sylvatic dengue
Katherine I. Young, New Mexico State University; David Perera, University of Malaysia Sarawak; Nikos Vasilakis, University of Texas Medical Branch; Michaela Buenemann, New Mexico State University; Kathryn A. Hanley, New Mexico State University
 Soil nematodes: A long-term reservoir host for Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis
Taegan A. McMahon, University of Tampa; Nichole Laggan, University of Tampa; Roberto Ibáñez, Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute; Jason R. Rohr, University of South Florida; Electra Scott, University of Tampa; Sarah Cuccinello, University of Tampa
 A framework for estimating the potential effects of climate change on tick-borne disease risk in Panama
Erin C Welsh, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Brian F. Allan, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
 Survey of ranavirus and Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis in introduced frogs in Hawaii
Rachel Goodman, Hampden-Sydney College; Amber N. Wright, University of Hawaii at Manoa; Joseph Tyler, Hampden-Sydney College; Dakota Reinartz, Hampden-Sydney College
 Differential growth rates and morphological differences found in two strains of Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis isolated from California and Panama
Caitlin L. Nordheim, The University of Tampa; Stanley A. Rice, The University of Tampa; Taegan A. McMahon, University of Tampa
 A spatiotemporal model of ecological and sociological predictors of West Nile virus in Suffolk County, NY mosquitoes
Mark H. Myer, US Environmental Protection Agency; Scott R. Campbell, Suffolk County Dept. of Health Services; John M. Johnston, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
 Linking within- and between-cave scales to understand population dynamics of bats infected by white-nose syndrome
Andrew M. Kramer, University of Georgia; Claire Teitelbaum, University of Georgia; Ashton P. Griffin, University of Georgia; John M. Drake, University of Georgia
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