David J. Civitello, Ph.D.

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Biology Indiana University, Bloomington, Bloomington, IN, United States 
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Spencer R. Hall grad student 2013 Indiana University Bloomington
 (Environment drives disease through key traits: Why pollutants, nutrients, and host density shape fungal epidemics in Daphnia.)
Jason R. Rohr post-doc 2013-2016 University of South Florida (Microtree)
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Mahon MB, Sack A, Aleuy OA, et al. (2024) A meta-analysis on global change drivers and the risk of infectious disease. Nature
Starkloff NC, Angelo T, Mahalila MP, et al. (2024) Spatio-temporal variability in transmission risk of human schistosomes and animal trematodes in a seasonally desiccating East African landscape. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 291: 20231766
Shaw KE, Cloud RE, Syed R, et al. (2023) Parasite transmission in size-structured populations. Ecology. e4221
Vicente-Santos A, Willink B, Nowak K, et al. (2023) Host-pathogen interactions under pressure: A review and meta-analysis of stress-mediated effects on disease dynamics. Ecology Letters. 26: 2003-2020
McMahon TA, Nordheim CL, Detmering SE, et al. (2023) Pseudacris regilla metamorphs acquire resistance to Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis after exposure to the killed fungus. Diseases of Aquatic Organisms. 155: 193-198
Rohr JR, Sack A, Bakhoum S, et al. (2023) A planetary health innovation for disease, food and water challenges in Africa. Nature
Starkloff NC, Angelo T, Mahalila MP, et al. (2023) Spatiotemporal variability in transmission risk of human schistosomes and animal trematodes in a seasonally desiccating East African landscape. Biorxiv : the Preprint Server For Biology
Barnett KM, Hilgendorff BA, Civitello DJ, et al. (2023) FUNGAL METABOLITES PROVIDE PRE-EXPOSURE PROTECTION BUT NO POSTEXPOSURE BENEFIT OR HARM AGAINST BATRACHOCHYTRIUM DENDROBATIDIS. Journal of Wildlife Diseases
Desautels DJ, Hartman RB, Weber ME, et al. (2022) Experimental water hyacinth invasion and destructive management increase human schistosome transmission potential. Ecological Applications : a Publication of the Ecological Society of America. e2767
Starkloff NC, Hartman RB, Civitello DJ. (2022) Snail juvenile growth rate as a rapid predictor of the transmission potential of parasitizing human schistosomes. Experimental Parasitology. 242: 108378
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