Meggan Craft
Meggan Craft
Associate Professor, Department of Ecology, Evolution, and Behavior, University of Minnesota
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Emerging human infectious diseases and the links to global food production
JR Rohr, CB Barrett, DJ Civitello, ME Craft, B Delius, GA DeLeo, ...
Nature sustainability 2 (6), 445-456, 2019
Infectious disease transmission and contact networks in wildlife and livestock
ME Craft
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 370 …, 2015
Exploring reservoir dynamics: a case study of rabies in the Serengeti ecosystem
T Lembo, K Hampson, DT Haydon, M Craft, A Dobson, J Dushoff, E Ernest, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 45 (4), 1246-1257, 2008
Disease transmission in territorial populations: the small-world network of Serengeti lions
ME Craft, E Volz, C Packer, LA Meyers
Journal of the Royal Society Interface 8 (59), 776-786, 2011
Using contact networks to explore mechanisms of parasite transmission in wildlife
LA White, JD Forester, ME Craft
Biological Reviews 92 (1), 389-409, 2017
Host behaviour–parasite feedback: an essential link between animal behaviour and disease ecology
VO Ezenwa, EA Archie, ME Craft, DM Hawley, LB Martin, J Moore, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 283 (1828), 20153078, 2016
Dynamics of a morbillivirus at the domestic–wildlife interface: Canine distemper virus in domestic dogs and lions
M Viana, S Cleaveland, J Matthiopoulos, JO Halliday, C Packer, ME Craft, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (5), 1464-1469, 2015
City sicker? A meta‐analysis of wildlife health and urbanization
MH Murray, CA Sánchez, DJ Becker, KA Byers, KEL Worsley‐Tonks, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 17 (10), 575-583, 2019
Advances and limitations of disease biogeography using ecological niche modeling
LE Escobar, ME Craft
Frontiers in microbiology 7, 1174, 2016
Network models: an underutilized tool in wildlife epidemiology?
ME Craft, D Caillaud
Interdisciplinary perspectives on infectious diseases 2011 (1), 676949, 2011
Distinguishing epidemic waves from disease spillover in a wildlife population
ME Craft, E Volz, C Packer, LA Meyers
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 276 (1663), 1777-1785, 2009
Dynamics of a multihost pathogen in a carnivore community
ME Craft, PL Hawthorne, C Packer, AP Dobson
Journal of Animal Ecology 77 (6), 1257-1264, 2008
“One Health” or three? Publication silos among the One Health disciplines
KR Manlove, JG Walker, ME Craft, KP Huyvaert, MB Joseph, RS Miller, ...
PLoS Biology 14 (4), e1002448, 2016
Raccoon contact networks predict seasonal susceptibility to rabies outbreaks and limitations of vaccination
JJH Reynolds, BT Hirsch, SD Gehrt, ME Craft
Journal of Animal Ecology 84 (6), 1720-1731, 2015
Long‐term trends in carnivore abundance using distance sampling in Serengeti National Park, Tanzania
SM Durant, ME Craft, R Hilborn, S Bashir, J Hando, L Thomas
Journal of Applied Ecology 48 (6), 1490-1500, 2011
Mathematical modeling of influenza A virus dynamics within swine farms and the effects of vaccination
JJH Reynolds, M Torremorell, ME Craft
PloS one 9 (8), e106177, 2014
Disease outbreak thresholds emerge from interactions between movement behavior, landscape structure, and epidemiology
LA White, JD Forester, ME Craft
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (28), 7374-7379, 2018
Dynamic, spatial models of parasite transmission in wildlife: Their structure, applications and remaining challenges
LA White, JD Forester, ME Craft
Journal of Animal Ecology 87 (3), 559-580, 2018
Network analysis of cattle movements in Uruguay: quantifying heterogeneity for risk-based disease surveillance and control
KL VanderWaal, C Picasso, EA Enns, ME Craft, J Alvarez, F Fernandez, ...
Preventive veterinary medicine 123, 12-22, 2016
Towards an eco‐phylogenetic framework for infectious disease ecology
NM Fountain‐Jones, WD Pearse, LE Escobar, A Alba‐Casals, S Carver, ...
Biological Reviews 93 (2), 950-970, 2018
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