Sarah A. Knutie, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
2014 Biology University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT 
Area:
Ecology Biology, Parasitology Biology, Conservation Biology
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Dale H. Clayton grad student 2014 University of Utah
 (Effects of an introduced parasitic nest fly on endemic avian hosts in the Galapagos Islands.)
Jason R. Rohr post-doc 2014-2017 University of South Florida
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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
Yitbarek S, Guittar J, Knutie SA, et al. (2023) Deconstructing interactions in the microbiota: A theoretical examination. Iscience. 26: 107875
Solomon G, Love AC, Vaziri GJ, et al. (2023) Effect of urbanization and parasitism on the gut microbiota of Darwin's finch nestlings. Molecular Ecology. 32: 6059-6069
Beausoleil MO, Lorena Carrión-Avilés P, Podos J, et al. (2023) The fitness landscape of a community of Darwin's finches. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution
Albert L, Rumschlag S, Parker A, et al. (2023) Elevated nest temperature has opposing effects on host species infested with parasitic nest flies. Oecologia
Carrión PL, Raeymaekers JAM, De León LF, et al. (2022) The terroir of the finch: How spatial and temporal variation shapes phenotypic traits in DARWIN'S finches. Ecology and Evolution. 12: e9399
Ingala MR, Albert L, Addesso A, et al. (2021) Differential effects of elevated nest temperature and parasitism on the gut microbiota of wild avian hosts. Animal Microbiome. 3: 67
Ohmer MEB, Costantini D, Czirják GÁ, et al. (2021) Applied ecoimmunology: using immunological tools to improve conservation efforts in a changing world. Conservation Physiology. 9: coab074
Potvin DA, Opitz F, Townsend KA, et al. (2021) Use of anthropogenic-related nest material and nest parasite prevalence have increased over the past two centuries in Australian birds. Oecologia
McNew SM, Boquete MT, Espinoza-Ulloa S, et al. (2021) Epigenetic effects of parasites and pesticides on captive and wild nestling birds. Ecology and Evolution. 11: 7713-7729
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