Laura Brannelly

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Biological Sciences University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA, United States 
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Hollanders M, Grogan LF, McCallum HI, et al. (2023) Limited impact of chytridiomycosis on juvenile frogs in a recovered species. Oecologia. 202: 445-454
Wilber MQ, Ohmer MEB, Altman KA, et al. (2022) Once a reservoir, always a reservoir? Seasonality affects the pathogen maintenance potential of amphibian hosts. Ecology. e3759
Brannelly LA, Webb RJ, Jiang Z, et al. (2021) Declining amphibians might be evolving increased reproductive effort in the face of devastating disease. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution
Brannelly LA, McCallum HI, Grogan LF, et al. (2020) Mechanisms underlying host persistence following amphibian disease emergence determine appropriate management strategies. Ecology Letters
Brannelly LA, McCallum HI, Grogan LF, et al. (2020) Mechanisms underlying host persistence following amphibian disease emergence determine appropriate management strategies. Ecology Letters
Brannelly LA, Wetzel DP, Ohmer MEB, et al. (2020) Evaluating environmental DNA as a tool for detecting an amphibian pathogen using an optimized extraction method. Oecologia
Brannelly LA, Wetzel DP, West M, et al. (2020) Optimized Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis DNA extraction of swab samples results in imperfect detection particularly when infection intensities are low. Diseases of Aquatic Organisms. 139: 233-243
Burns TJ, Scheele BC, Brannelly LA, et al. (2020) Indirect terrestrial transmission of amphibian chytrid fungus from reservoir to susceptible host species leads to fatal chytridiomycosis Animal Conservation. 24: 602-612
Kohli AK, Lindauer AL, Brannelly LA, et al. (2019) Disease and the Drying Pond: Examining Possible Links among Drought, Immune Function, and Disease Development in Amphibians. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology : Pbz. 92: 339-348
Kohli AK, Lindauer AL, Brannelly LA, et al. (2019) Disease and the Drying Pond: Examining Possible Links among Drought, Immune Function, and Disease Development in Amphibians. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology : Pbz. 92: 339-348
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