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I am a global change biologist working to forecast the interplay among climate change, biodiversity loss, and emerging infectious disease. I use my training in landscape ecology and biogeography to develop forecasts for shifting distributions of wildlife parasites and poorly-understood zoonotic diseases like anthrax. Recently I've also shifted into public health, working on current outbreaks like the Zika pandemic.
|Global estimates of mammalian viral diversity accounting for host sharing||
Jun 10, 2019
Article published in Nature Ecology and Evolution.
|The global distribution of Bacillus anthracis and associated anthrax risk to humans, livestock and wildlife||
May 13, 2019
Article published in Nature Microbiology.
|Gauging support for macroecological patterns in helminth parasites||
Oct 11, 2018
Article published in Global Ecology and Biogeography.
|Climate engineering needs a clean bill of health||
Sep 28, 2018
Article published in Nature Climate Change.
|Local extinctions of insular avifauna on the most remote inhabited island in the world||
Aug 13, 2018
Article published in the Journal of Ornithology.
|Commentary to: a cross-validation-based approach for delimiting reliable home range estimates||
Jul 12, 2018
Article published in Movement Ecology.
|Consensus and conflict among ecological forecasts of Zika virus outbreaks in the United States||
Mar 21, 2018
Article published in Scientific Reports.