John Soghigian

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2010-2016 Clark University, Worcester, MA, United States 
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Todd P. Livdahl grad student 2010-2016 Clark University
Jeffrey Powell post-doc Yale (FlyTree)
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Soghigian J, Livdahl T. (2021) Field Evidence of Mosquito Population Regulation by a Gregarine Parasite. Journal of Medical Entomology
Soghigian J, Gloria-Soria A, Robert V, et al. (2020) Genetic evidence for the origin of Aedes aegypti, the yellow fever mosquito, in the southwestern Indian Ocean. Molecular Ecology. 29: 3593-3606
Gloria-Soria A, Soghigian J, Kellner D, et al. (2019) Genetic diversity of laboratory strains and implications for research: The case of Aedes aegypti. Plos Neglected Tropical Diseases. 13: e0007930
Soghigian J, Andreadis TG, Molaei G. (2018) Population genomics of Culiseta melanura, the principal vector of Eastern equine encephalitis virus in the United States. Plos Neglected Tropical Diseases. 12: e0006698
Soghigian J, Andreadis TG, Livdahl TP. (2017) From ground pools to treeholes: convergent evolution of habitat and phenotype in Aedes mosquitoes. Bmc Evolutionary Biology. 17: 262
Soghigian J, Livdahl T. (2017) Differential response to mosquito host sex and parasite dosage suggest mixed dispersal strategies in the parasite Ascogregarina taiwanensis. Plos One. 12: e0184573
Soghigian J, Valsdottir LR, Livdahl TP. (2017) A parasite's modification of host behavior reduces predation on its host. Ecology and Evolution. 7: 1453-1461
Soghigian J, Gibbs K, Stanton A, et al. (2014) Sexual harassment and feeding inhibition between two invasive dengue vectors. Environmental Health Insights. 8: 61-6
Erthal JA, Soghigian JS, Livdahl T. (2012) Life cycle completion of parasite Ascogregarina taiwanensis (Apicomplexa: Lecudinidae) in non-native host Ochlerotatus japonicus (Diptera: Culicidae) Journal of Medical Entomology. 49: 1109-1117
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