Erik E. Osnas, Ph.D.

2004 Indiana University, Bloomington, Bloomington, IN, United States 
Parasitology, Ecology
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Curt M. Lively grad student 2004 Indiana University
 (Evolutionary ecology of host defense in a snail-trematode interaction.)
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Osnas EE, Hurtado PJ, Dobson AP. (2015) Evolution of pathogen virulence across space during an epidemic. The American Naturalist. 185: 332-42
Osnas EE, Runge MC, Mattsson BJ, et al. (2014) Managing harvest and habitat as integrated components Wildfowl. 305-328
Hawley DM, Osnas EE, Dobson AP, et al. (2013) Parallel patterns of increased virulence in a recently emerged wildlife pathogen. Plos Biology. 11: e1001570
Osnas EE, Dobson AP. (2012) Evolution of virulence in heterogeneous host communities under multiple trade-offs. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution. 66: 391-401
Grodio JL, Hawley DM, Osnas EE, et al. (2012) Pathogenicity and immunogenicity of three Mycoplasma gallisepticum isolates in house finches (Carpodacus mexicanus). Veterinary Microbiology. 155: 53-61
Osnas EE, Lively CM. (2011) Using definitive host faeces to infect experimental intermediate host populations: Waterfowl hosts for New Zealand trematodes New Zealand Journal of Zoology. 38: 83-90
Hawley DM, Dhondt KV, Dobson AP, et al. (2010) Common garden experiment reveals pathogen isolate but no host genetic diversity effect on the dynamics of an emerging wildlife disease. Journal of Evolutionary Biology. 23: 1680-8
Osnas EE, Dobson AP. (2010) Evolution of virulence when transmission occurs before disease. Biology Letters. 6: 505-8
Heisey DM, Osnas EE, Cross PC, et al. (2010) Rejoinder: Sifting through model space Ecology. 91: 3503-3514
Heisey DM, Osnas EE, Cross PC, et al. (2010) Linking process to pattern: Estimating spatiotemporal dynamics of a wildlife epidemic from cross-sectional data Ecological Monographs. 80: 221-240
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