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John Drake

Distingued Research Professor

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Kramer AM, Teitelbaum CS, Griffin A, Drake JM. (2019). Multiscale model of regional population decline in little brown bats due to white-nose syndrome. Ecology and evolution, 9(15)

Kaul RB, Evans MV, Murdock CC, Drake JM. (2018). Spatio-temporal spillover risk of yellow fever in Brazil. Parasites & vectors, 11(1)

Walker JW, Han BA, Ott IM, Drake JM. (2018). Transmissibility of emerging viral zoonoses. PLoS One, 13(11)

Laber EB, Meyer NJ, Reich BJ, Pacifici K, Collazo JA, Drake JM. (2018). Optimal treatment allocations in space and time for on-line control of an emerging infectious disease. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society. Series C, Applied statistics, 67(4)

O'Dea EB, Park AW, Drake JM. (2018). Estimating the distance to an epidemic threshold. Journal of the Royal Society, Interface, 15(143)

Berec L, Kramer AM, Bernhauerová V, Drake JM. (2018). Density-dependent selection on mate search and evolution of Allee effects. The Journal of animal ecology, 87(1)

Evans MV, Murdock CC, Drake JM. (2018). Anticipating Emerging Mosquito-borne Flaviviruses in the USA: What Comes after Zika?. Trends in parasitology, 34(7)

Miller PB, O'Dea EB, Rohani P, Drake JM. (2017). Forecasting infectious disease emergence subject to seasonal forcing. Theoretical biology & medical modelling, 14(1)

Schmidt JP, Park AW, Kramer AM, Han BA, Alexander LW, Drake JM. (2017). Spatiotemporal Fluctuations and Triggers of Ebola Virus Spillover. Emerging infectious diseases, 23(3)

Dallas T, Park AW, Drake JM. (2017). Predicting cryptic links in host-parasite networks. PLoS computational biology, 13(5)

Dallas T, Park AW, Drake JM. (2017). Predictability of helminth parasite host range using information on geography, host traits and parasite community structure. Parasitology, 144(2)

Han BA, Schmidt JP, Alexander LW, Bowden SE, Hayman DT, Drake JM. (2016). Undiscovered Bat Hosts of Filoviruses. PLoS neglected tropical diseases, 10(7)

Kramer AM, Pulliam JT, Alexander LW, Park AW, Rohani P, Drake JM. (2016). Spatial spread of the West Africa Ebola epidemic. Royal Society open science, 3(8)

Han BA, Kramer AM, Drake JM. (2016). Global Patterns of Zoonotic Disease in Mammals. Trends in parasitology, 32(7)

Han BA, Drake JM. (2016). Future directions in analytics for infectious disease intelligence: Toward an integrated warning system for emerging pathogens. EMBO reports, 17(6)

Kaul RB, Kramer AM, Dobbs FC, Drake JM. (2016). Experimental demonstration of an Allee effect in microbial populations. Biology letters, 12(4)

Dallas T, Holtackers M, Drake JM. (2016). Costs of resistance and infection by a generalist pathogen. Ecology and evolution, 6(6)

Dallas T, Hall RJ, Drake JM. (2016). Competition-mediated feedbacks in experimental multispecies epizootics. Ecology, 97(3)

O'Regan SM, Lillie JW, Drake JM. (2015). Leading indicators of mosquito-borne disease elimination. Theoretical ecology

Han BA, Schmidt JP, Bowden SE, Drake JM. (2015). Rodent reservoirs of future zoonotic diseases. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 112(22)

Drake JM, Bakach I, Just MR, O'Regan SM, Gambhir M, Fung IC. (2015). Transmission Models of Historical Ebola Outbreaks. Emerging infectious diseases, 21(8)

Zokan M, Drake JM. (2015). The effect of hydroperiod and predation on the diversity of temporary pond zooplankton communities. Ecology and evolution, 5(15)

O'Reagan SM, Magori K, Pulliam JT, Zokan MA, Kaul RB, Barton HD, Drake JM. (2015). Multi-scale model of epidemic fade-out: Will local extirpation events inhibit the spread of white-nose syndrome?. Ecological applications : a publication of the Ecological Society of America, 25(3)

Drake JM, Kaul RB, Alexander LW, O'Regan SM, Kramer AM, Pulliam JT, Ferrari MJ, Park AW. (2015). Ebola cases and health system demand in Liberia. PLoS biology, 13(1)

Krkošek M, Drake JM. (2014). On signals of phase transitions in salmon population dynamics. Proceedings. Biological sciences, 281(1784)

Drake JM, Beier JC. (2014). Ecological niche and potential distribution of Anopheles arabiensis in Africa in 2050. Malaria journal

Drake JM. (2014). Tail probabilities of extinction time in a large number of experimental populations. Ecology, 95(5)

Barton HD, Rohani P, Stallknecht DE, Brown J, Drake JM. (2014). Subtype diversity and reassortment potential for co-circulating avian influenza viruses at a diversity hot spot. The Journal of animal ecology, 83(3)

Dallas T, Drake JM. (2014). Nitrate enrichment alters a Daphnia-microparasite interaction through multiple pathways. Ecology and evolution, 4(3)

Drake JM. (2013). Early warning signals of stochastic switching. Proceedings. Biological sciences, 280(1766)

Robinson JD, Wares JP, Drake JM. (2013). Extinction hazards in experimental Daphnia magna populations: effects of genotype diversity and environmental variation. Ecology and evolution, 3(2)

Drake JM, Griffen BD. (2013). Experimental demonstration of accelerated extinction in source-sink metapopulations. Ecology and evolution, 3(10)

Kramer AM, Lyons MM, Dobbs FC, Drake JM. (2013). Bacterial colonization and extinction on marine aggregates: stochastic model of species presence and abundance. Ecology and evolution, 3(13)

Drake JM, Hassan AN, Beier JC. (2013). A statistical model of Rift Valley fever activity in Egypt. Journal of vector ecology : journal of the Society for Vector Ecology, 38(2)

Schmidt JP, Stephens PR, Drake JM. (2012). Two sides of the same coin? Rare and pest plants native to the United States and Canada. Ecological applications : a publication of the Ecological Society of America, 22(5)

Maher SP, Kramer AM, Pulliam JT, Zokan MA, Bowden SE, Barton HD, Magori K, Drake JM. (2012). Spread of white-nose syndrome on a network regulated by geography and climate. Nature communications

Schmidt JP, Drake JM. (2011). Why are some plant genera more invasive than others?. PLoS One, 6(4)

Drake JM, Shapiro J, Griffen BD. (2011). Experimental demonstration of a two-phase population extinction hazard. Journal of the Royal Society, Interface, 8(63)

Schmidt JP, Drake JM. (2011). Time since introduction, seed mass, and genome size predict successful invaders among the cultivated vascular plants of Hawaii. PLoS One, 6(3)

Rohani P, Drake JM. (2011). The decline and resurgence of pertussis in the US. Epidemics, 3(3-4)

Bowden SE, Magori K, Drake JM. (2011). Regional differences in the association between land cover and West Nile virus disease incidence in humans in the United States. The American journal of tropical medicine and hygiene, 84(2)

Magori K, Bajwa WI, Bowden S, Drake JM. (2011). Decelerating spread of West Nile virus by percolation in a heterogeneous urban landscape. PLoS computational biology, 7(7)

Drake JM, Griffen BD. (2010). Early warning signals of extinction in deteriorating environments. Nature, 467(7314)

Kramer AM, Drake JM. (2010). Experimental demonstration of population extinction due to a predator-driven Allee effect. The Journal of animal ecology, 79(3)

Rohani P, Breban R, Stallknecht DE, Drake JM. (2009). Environmental transmission of low pathogenicity avian influenza viruses and its implications for pathogen invasion. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 106(25)

Griffen BD, Drake JM. (2009). Environment, but not migration rate, influences extinction risk in experimental metapopulations. Proceedings. Biological sciences, 276(1677)

Griffen BD, Drake JM. (2009). Scaling rules for the final decline to extinction. Proceedings. Biological sciences, 276(1660)

Drake JM, Griffen BD. (2009). Speed of expansion and extinction in experimental populations. Ecology letters, 12(8)

Drake JM. (2009). Evolutionary relationships among human-isolated and wildlife-isolated West Nile viruses. Infection, genetics and evolution : journal of molecular epidemiology and evolutionary genetics in infectious diseases, 9(6)

Griffen BD, Drake JM. (2008). Effects of habitat quality and size on extinction in experimental populations. Proceedings. Biological sciences, 275(1648)

Adler PB, Drake JM. (2008). Environmental variation, stochastic extinction, and competitive coexistence. The American naturalist, 172(5)

Griffen BD, Drake JM. (2008). A review of extinction in experimental populations. The Journal of animal ecology, 77(6)

Drake JM. (2006). Heterosis, the catapult effect and establishment success of a colonizing bird. Biology letters, 2(2)

Drake JM, Chew SK, Ma S. (2006). Societal learning in epidemics: intervention effectiveness during the 2003 SARS outbreak in Singapore. PLoS One

Drake JM. (2006). Limits to forecasting precision for outbreaks of directly transmitted diseases. PLoS medicine, 3(1)

Drake JM. (2006). Extinction times in experimental populations. Ecology, 87(9)

Vellend M, Knight TM, Drake JM. (2006). Antagonistic effects of seed dispersal and herbivory on plant migration. Ecology letters, 9(3)

Drake JM, Baggenstos P, Lodge DM. (2005). Propagule pressure and persistence in experimental populations. Biology letters, 1(4)

Drake JM. (2005). Population effects of increased climate variation. Proceedings. Biological sciences, 272(1574)

Drake JM. (2005). Fundamental limits to the precision of early warning systems for epidemics of infectious diseases. PLoS medicine, 2(5)

Drake JM. (2005). Density-dependent demographic variation determines extinction rate of experimental populations. PLoS biology, 3(7)

Drake JM, Lodge DM. (2004). Global hot spots of biological invasions: evaluating options for ballast-water management. Proceedings. Biological sciences, 271(1539)

Drake JM. (2004). Allee effects and the risk of biological invasion. Risk analysis : an official publication of the Society for Risk Analysis, 24(4)

Drake JM. (2003). Why does grassland productivity increase with species richness? Disentangling species richness and composition with tests for overyielding and superyielding in biodiversity experiments. Proceedings. Biological sciences, 270(1525)

Drake JM. (2003). The paradox of the parasites: implications for biological invasion. Proceedings. Biological sciences