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  • Shaw, A.K., White, L.A., Michalska-Smith, M., Borer, E.T., Craft, M.E., Seabloom, Snell-Rood, E., and Travisano, M. (Accepted). Lessons from movement ecology for the return to work: modeling contacts and the spread of COVID-19. PLoS ONE.
  • Borer, E.T., Asik, L. Everett, R.A., Frenken, T., Gonzalez, A. Paseka, R. Peace, A. Seabloom, E.W. Strauss, A.T., Van de Waal, D.B., and White, L.A. (2021). Elements of disease in a changing world: modelling feedbacks between infectious disease and ecosystems. Ecology Letters, 24: 6-19.


  • Worsley-Tonks, K.E.L., Escobar, L.E., Biek, R., Castaneda-Guzman, M., Craft, M.E., Streicker, D.G., White, L.A., and Fountain-Jones, N.M.  (2020) Using host traits to predict reservoir host species of rabies virus. PLoS Negl Trop Dis 14(12): e0008940.
  • White, L.A., Siva-Jothy, J.,Craft, M. E., and Vale, P. (2020). Genotype and sex-based host variation in behaviour and susceptibility drives population disease dynamics. Proc. R. Soc. B. 287: 20201653,
  • White, L.A., Vandewoude, S. & Craft, M.E. (2020). A mechanistic, stigmergy model of territory formation in an asocial animal: territorial behavior can dampen or drive persistence. PLoS Comput Biol 16(6): e1007457.
  • Paseka, R., White, L.A., van de Waal, D., Strauss, A., González, A., Everett, R.. Peace, A., Seabloom, E., Frenken T., and Borer, E. (2020). Disease-mediated ecosystem services: Pathogens, plants, and people. Trends in Ecology & Evol 35(8): 731-743.
  • White, L.A. and Mordechai, L. (2020). Modeling the Justinianic Plague: comparing hypothesized transmission routes. PLoS ONE 15(4): e0231256.
  • *Gilbertson, M., White, L.A., and Craft, M.E. (2020). Trade-offs with telemetry-derived contact networks for infectious disease studies in wildlife. Methods in Ecology and Evolution. doi: 10.1111/2041-210X.13355


  • White, L.A., Forester, J. D. and Craft, M. E. (2018). Understanding pathogen dynamics as a function of individual movement behavior across a heterogeneous landscape. doi: 10.1073/pnas.1801383115
  • White, L.A., Forester, J. D. and Craft, M. E. (2018). The role of host heterogeneity in determining epidemic outcomes: Covariation between the physiological and behavioral components of transmission. Oikos, 127(4), 538-552. doi: 1111/oik.04527
  • White, L.A., Forester, J. D. and Craft, M. E. (2018). REVIEW: Mechanistic, spatial models of parasite transmission in wildlife: their structure, applications, and remaining challenges. J. Anim. Ecol. 87(3), 559-580. doi: 10.1111/1365-2656.12761


  • Stadler, R., White, L.A., Hu, K., Helmke, B., and Guilford, W. (2017). Direct measurement of cortical force generation and polarization in a living parasite. Mol. Bio. Cell. 28(14), 1912-1923. doi: 10.1091/mbc.E16-07-0518
  • White, L.A., Torremorell, M. and Craft, M.E. (2017). Influenza A virus in swine breeding herds: Combination of vaccination and biosecurity practices can reduce likelihood of endemic piglet reservoir. Prev. Vet. Med., 138, 55-69. doi: 10.1016/j.prevetmed.2016.12.013
  • White, L.A., Forester, J.D. and Craft, M.E. (2017). Using contact networks to explore mechanisms of parasite transmission in wildlife. Rev., 92, 389-409. doi:10.1111/brv.12236

2016 or earlier

  • Eads, D.A., Bowser, J., Poonamallee, M., Molina, S., Neill, J., and White, L.A. (2016). Black-tailed prairie dogs selectively countermark rabbit urine: The scent of competition between a rodent and a lagomorph? Ethology, Ecology & Evolution, 28(1), 102-109. doi:10.1080/03949370.2014.999828
  • Ezenwa, V., Archie, E., Craft, M.E., Hawley, D., Martin, L., Moore, J. and White, L.A. (2016). Host behavior-parasite feedback: an essential link between animal behavior and disease ecology. Proceedings B, 283(1828), 20153078. doi: 10.1098/rspb.2015.3078.
  • White, L.A., Ortiz, Z., Cuervo, L.G., and Reveiz, L. (2011). Clinical trial regulation in Argentina: Overview and analysis of regulatory framework, use of existing tools, and researchers’ perspectives to identify potential barriers. Rev. Panam. Salud Publica, 30(5), 445–452. doi: 1590/S1020-49892011001100007
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