Paul A. Orlando, Ph.D.

2012 Biological Sciences University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, IL, United States 
Evolutionary Biology
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Joel S. Brown grad student 2012 University of Illinois, Chicago
 (The Evolutionary Ecology of Physiological Constraints in Ecological Communities and HPV-Induced Cancer.)
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Roos P, Orlando PA, Fagerstrom RM, et al. (2015) In North America, some ovarian cancers express the oncogenes of preventable human papillomavirus HPV-18. Scientific Reports. 5: 8645
Orlando PA, Hall SR. (2015) How do generalist consumers coexist over evolutionary time? An explanation with nutrition and tradeoffs Theoretical Ecology
Orlando PA, Brown JS, Gatenby RA, et al. (2013) The ecology of human papillomavirus-induced epithelial lesions and the role of somatic evolution in their progression. The Journal of Infectious Diseases. 208: 394-402
Orlando PA, Gatenby RA, Brown JS. (2013) Tumor evolution in space: the effects of competition colonization tradeoffs on tumor invasion dynamics. Frontiers in Oncology. 3: 45
Orlando PA, Gatenby RA, Brown JS. (2012) Cancer treatment as a game: integrating evolutionary game theory into the optimal control of chemotherapy. Physical Biology. 9: 065007
Orlando PA, Brown JS, Wise DH. (2012) Coexistence and community structure in a consumer resource model with implicit stoichiometry. Theoretical Population Biology. 82: 77-84
Orlando PA, Gatenby RA, Giuliano AR, et al. (2012) Evolutionary ecology of human papillomavirus: trade-offs, coexistence, and origins of high-risk and low-risk types. The Journal of Infectious Diseases. 205: 272-9
Mcarthur C, Orlando P, Banks PB, et al. (2012) The foraging tightrope between predation risk and plant toxins: A matter of concentration Functional Ecology. 26: 74-83
Orlando PA, Brown JS, Buhse HE, et al. (2011) Switching strategies, population dynamics, and mechanisms of co-existence in food webs with Jekyll-and-Hyde species Evolutionary Ecology Research. 13: 495-511
Orlando PA, Brown JS, Whelan CJ. (2009) Co-adaptations of feeding behaviours and gut modulation as a mechanism of co-existence Evolutionary Ecology Research. 11: 541-560
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