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Lauren White

Post-Doctoral Research Fellow

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Shaw AK, White LA, Michalska-Smith M, Borer ET, Craft ME, Seabloom EW, Snell-Rood EC, Travisano M. (2021). Lessons from movement ecology for the return to work: Modeling contacts and the spread of COVID-19. PloS one, 16(1)

Gilbertson MLJ, White LA, Craft ME. (2020). Trade-offs with telemetry-derived contact networks for infectious disease studies in wildlife. Methods in ecology and evolution, 12(1)

White LA, VandeWoude S, Craft ME. (2020). A mechanistic, stigmergy model of territory formation in solitary animals: Territorial behavior can dampen disease prevalence but increase persistence. PLoS computational biology, 16(6)

White LA, Mordechai L. (2020). Modeling the Justinianic Plague: Comparing hypothesized transmission routes. PloS one, 15(4)

White LA, Siva-Jothy JA, Craft ME, Vale PF. (2020). Genotype and sex-based host variation in behaviour and susceptibility drives population disease dynamics. Proceedings. Biological sciences, 287(1938)

Worsley-Tonks KEL, Escobar LE, Biek R, Castaneda-Guzman M, Craft ME, Streicker DG, White LA, Fountain-Jones NM. (2020). Using host traits to predict reservoir host species of rabies virus. PLoS neglected tropical diseases, 14(12)

White LA, Forester JD, Craft ME. (2018). Disease outbreak thresholds emerge from interactions between movement behavior, landscape structure, and epidemiology. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 115(28)

White LA, Torremorell M, Craft ME. (2017). Influenza A virus in swine breeding herds: Combination of vaccination and biosecurity practices can reduce likelihood of endemic piglet reservoir. Preventive veterinary medicine, (138)

White LA, Forester JD, Craft ME. (2018). Dynamic, spatial models of parasite transmission in wildlife: Their structure, applications and remaining challenges. The Journal of animal ecology, 87(3)

Stadler RV, White LA, Hu K, Helmke BP, Guilford WH. (2017). Direct measurement of cortical force generation and polarization in a living parasite. Molecular biology of the cell, 28(14)

(2017). Covariation between the physiological and behavioral components of pathogen transmission: host heterogeneity determines epidemic outcomes. OIKOS, 127(4)

Ezenwa VO, Archie EA, Craft ME, Hawley DM, Martin LB, Moore J, White L. (2016). Host behaviour-parasite feedback: an essential link between animal behaviour and disease ecology. Proceedings. Biological sciences, 283(1828)

White LA, Forester JD, Craft ME. (2017). Using contact networks to explore mechanisms of parasite transmission in wildlife. Biological reviews of the Cambridge Philosophical Society, 92(1)

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