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93. Young, H. S., C. L. Wood, A.M. Kilpatrick, K. D. Lafferty, C. L. Nunn, and J. R. Vincent. 2017. Conservation, biodiversity and infectious disease: scientific evidence and policy implications. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences 372: 20160124 PDF

92. Kilpatrick, A.M., D.J. Salkeld, G. Titcomb, M.B. Hahn. 2017. Conservation of biodiversity as a strategy for improving human health and well-being. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences 372: 20160131 PDF

91. Paull, S.H., D.E. Horton, M. Ashfaq, D. Rastogi, L.D. Kramer N.S. Diffenbaugh, A.M. Kilpatrick. 2017. Drought and immunity determine the intensity of West Nile virus epidemics and climate change impacts. Proc. Roy. Soc. B. 284: 20162078 PDF

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90. Frick, W.F., T.L. Cheng, K.E. Langwig, J.R. Hoyt, A.F. Janicki, K.L. Parise, J.T. Foster, A.M. Kilpatrick. 2017. Pathogen dynamics during invasion and establishment of white-nose syndrome explain mechanisms of host persistence. Ecology 98 (3) 624-631 PDF

89. de Wit, L.A., D.A. Croll, B. Tershy, K.M. Newton, D. Spatz, N.D. Holmes, A.M. Kilpatrick. 2017. Estimating Burdens of Neglected Tropical Zoonotic Diseases on Islands with Introduced Mammals. Am. J. Tropical Medicine & Hygiene 96 (3) 749 – 757 PDF

88. Kilpatrick, A.M., A.D.M. Dobson, T. Levi, D.J. Salkeld, A. Swei, H.S. Ginsberg, A. Kjemtrup, K.A. Padgett, P.M. Jensen, D. Fish, N.H. Ogden, M.A. Diuk-Wasser. 2017. Lyme disease ecology in a changing world: consensus, uncertainty, and critical gaps for improving control. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences 372: 20160117 PDF

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87. Langwig, K.E., J.R. Hoyt, K.L. Parise, Frick, W.F., J.T. Foster, A.M. Kilpatrick. 2017. Resistance in persisting bat populations after white-nose syndrome invasion. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences 372: 20160044 PDF

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86. Cheng, T.L., H. Mayberry, L.P. McGuire, J.R. Hoyt, H. Nguyen, K.L. Parise, J.T. Foster, C.K.R. Willis, A.M. Kilpatrick, W.F. Frick. 2017. Efficacy of a probiotic bacterium to treat bats affected by the disease white-nose syndrome. J. Applied Ecology 54 701-8 PDF

85. Nguyen, D.D., A.V. Melnik, N. Koyamab, X. Lu, M. Schorn, J. Fang, K. Aguinaldo, T.L. Lincecum, M.G. K. Ghequire, V.J. Carrion, T.L. Cheng, B.M. Duggan, J.G. Malone, T.H. Mauchline, L.M. Sanchez, A.M. Kilpatrick, J.M. Raaijmakers, R. De Mot, B.S. Moore, M.H. Medema, P.C. Dorrestein. 2017. Indexing the Pseudomonas metabolome enabled the discovery of poaeamide B and the bananamides. Nature Microbiology 2: 16197 PDF


84. Avena, C., L. Parfrey, J. Leffa, H. Archer, W.F. Frick, K.E. Langwig, A.M. Kilpatrick, K. Powers, J.T. Foster, V. McKenzie. 2016. Deconstructing the bat skin microbiome: influences of the host and the environment Frontiers of Microbiology 7:1753 Open Access Link

83. Rochlin, I., Faraj, A., Ninivaggi, D.V., C.M. Barker, Kilpatrick, A.M (Corresponding Author). 2016. Anthropogenic Impacts on Mosquito Populations in North America Over the Past Century Nature Communications 7 13604 Open Access Link

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82. Langwig, K.E., W.F. Frick, K.L. Parise, J.R. Hoyt, T.H. Kunz, J.T. Foster, A.M. Kilpatrick. 2016. Drivers of variation in species impacts for a multi-host fungal disease of bats. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences  371 20150456 DOI: 10.1098/rstb.2015.0456 PDF

81. Costa, D.P., L. Schwarz, P. Robinson, R.S. Schick, P.A. Morris, R. Condit, D.E. Crocker, A.M. Kilpatrick. 2016. A bioenergetics approach to understanding the population consequences of disturbance: Elephant seals as a model system. Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology 875:161-169

80. Wilber, M.Q., K.E. Langwig, A.M. Kilpatrick, H.I. McCallum, C.J. Briggs. 2016. Integral projection models for host-parasite systems with an application to amphibian chytrid fungus. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 7: 1182-1194 doi: 10.1111/2041-210X.12561 PDF

79. McGuire, L. P., J. M. Turner, L. Warnecke, G. McGregor, T. K. Bollinger, V. Misra, J. T. Foster, W. F. Frick, A. M. Kilpatrick, and C. K. R. Willis. 2016. White-nose syndrome disease severity and a comparison of diagnostic methods. Ecohealth 13, 60-71 DOI: 10.1007/s10393-10016-11107-y. PDF

78. Ruybal, J.E., L.D. Kramer, A.M. Kilpatrick. 2016. Geographic Variation in the Response of Culex pipiens Life History Traits to Temperature. Parasites and Vectors. 9:116. Open Access Link

77. Hoyt, J.R., K.E. Langwig, K. Sun, G. Lu, K.L. Parise, T. Jiang, S. Yang, W.F. Frick, J.T. Foster, J. Feng, A.M. Kilpatrick. 2016. Host persistence or extinction from emerging infectious diseases: insights from endemic and invading regions. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 283: 20152861 PDF

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76. Hoyt, J.R,, K. Sun, K. Parise, G. Lu, K.E. Langwig, J. T, S. Yang, W. F. Frick, A. M. Kilpatrick, J. T. Foster, and J. Feng. 2016. Widespread bat white-nose syndrome fungus in northeastern China. Emerging Infectious Diseases 22(1) 140-2 Open Access Link

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75. Janicki, A.F., W.F. Frick, A.M. Kilpatrick, K.L. Parise, J.T. Foster, G.F. McCracken. 2015. Efficacy of Visual Surveys for White-Nose Syndrome at Bat Hibernacula. PLOS One 10(7): e0133390 Open Access Link

74. Langwig, K.E., J.R. Hoyt, K.L. Parise, J. Kath, D, Kirk, W.F. Frick, J.T. Foster, A.M. Kilpatrick. 2015. Disease dynamics of white-nose syndrome invasion, Midwestern United States, 2012-2014. Emerging Infectious Disease 21(6) 1023-26 Open Access Link

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73. Hoyt J. R., T. L. Cheng, K. E. Langwig, M. M. Hee, W. F. Frick, A.M. Kilpatrick. 2015. Bacteria isolated from bats inhibit the growth of Pseudogymnoascus destructans, the causative agent of white-nose syndrome. PLOS One 10(4): e0121329 Open Access Link

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72. Mascuch, S.J., W.J. Moree, C-C. Hsu, G.G. Turner, T.L. Cheng, D.S. Blehert, A.M. Kilpatrick, W.F. Frick, M.J. Meehan, L. Gerwick, P.C. Dorrestein. 2015. Ambient ionization mass spectrometry reveals siderophore production by Pseudogymnoascus destructans, the causative agent of white-nose sydrome, on bat wings during infection PLoS One 10(3): e0119668 PDF

71. Langwig, K.E., W.F. Frick, R. Reynolds, K.L. Parise, K.P. Drees, J.R. Hoyt, T.L. Cheng, T.H. Kunz, J.T. Foster, A.M. Kilpatrick. 2015. Host and pathogen ecology drive the seasonal dynamics of a fungal disease, white-nose syndrome. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 (1799) 20142335 PDF

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70. Langwig, K.E., J. Voyles, M.Q. Wilber, W.F. Frick, K.A. Murray, B.M. Bolker, J.P. Collins, T.L. Cheng, M.C. Fisher, J.R. Hoyt, D.L. Lindner, H.I. McCallum, R. Puschendorf, E.B. Rosenblum, M. Toothman, C.K.R. Willis, C.J. Briggs, A.M. Kilpatrick. 2015. Context dependent conservation responses to emerging wildlife diseases. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 13(4): 195–202 PDF

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69. Frick, W.F., S.J. Puechmaille, J.R. Hoyt, B.A. Nickel, K.E. Langwig, J.T. Foster, I. Horáček, T. Bartonička, K.E. Barlow, A.J. Haarsma, J. van der Kooij, L. Rodrigues, B. Mulkens, B. Petrov, C. Herzog, R. Reynolds, C.W. Stihler, G.G. Turner, D. Feller, A.M. Kilpatrick. 2015. Disease alters macroecological patterns of North American bats. Global Ecology and Biogeography DOI: 10.1111/geb.12290 PDF

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68. Levi, T., A.M. Kilpatrick, M. Barfield, R.D. Holt, M. Mangel, C.C. Wilmers. 2015. Threshold levels of generalist predation determine consumer response to resource pulses Oikos  124: 1436–1443 PDF

67. Hoyt, J.R., J. Okoniewski, K.E. Langwig, W.F. Frick, W.B. Stone, A.M. Kilpatrick. 2015. Long-term persistence of Pseudogymnoascus destructans, the causative agent of white-nose syndrome, in the absence of bats. Ecohealth 12, 330–333 PDF

66. Voyles, J., A.M. Kilpatrick, J.P. Collins, M.C. Fisher, W.F. Frick, H. McCallum, C.K. R. Willis, D.S. Blehert, K.A. Murray, R. Puschendorf, E.B. Rosenblum, B.M. Bolker, T.L. Cheng, K.E. Langwig, D.L. Linder, M. Toothman, M.Q. Wilber, C.J. Briggs. 2015. Beyond Too Little, Too Late: Managing Emerging Infectious Diseases Requires International Action. Ecohealth DOI: 10.1007/s10393-014-0980-5 PDF


Kilpatrick, A.M. 2014. A race against extinction.  The Scientist. art: 41352

65. Hewson, I., J.B. Button, B.M. Gudenkauf, B. Miner, A.L. Newton, J.K. Gaydos, J. Wynnee, C. Groves, G. Hendler, M. Murray, S. Fradkinh, M. Breitbarti, E. Fahsbender, K.D. Lafferty, A.M. Kilpatrick, C.M. Miner, P. Raimondi, L. Lahner, C.S. Friedman, S. Daniels, M. Haulena, J. Marliave, C.A. Burge, M.E. Eisenlord, C.D. Harvell. 2014. Densovirus associated with sea star wasting disease and mass mortality. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 111 (48) 17278–17283 PDF

64. Perrings, C., C. Castillo-Chavez, G. Chowell, P. Daszak, E.P. Fenichel, D. Finnoff, R.D. Horan, A.M. Kilpatrick, A. Kinzig, N.V. Kuminoff, S. Levin, B. Morin, K.F. Smith, M. Springborn. 2014. Epidemiological economics is changing infectious disease management. Ecohealth 11 464-475 PDF

63. Janousek, W.M., P.P. Marra, A.M. Kilpatrick. 2014. Avian roosting behavior influences vector-host contact for West Nile virus hosts. Parasites and Vectors 7: 399 PDF

62. Ciota, A.T., A.M. Matacchiero, A.M. Kilpatrick, L.D. Kramer. 2014. The effect of temperature on life history traits of Culex mosquitoes. Journal of Medical Entomology 51 (1) 55-62  PDF


61. Brown, H. E., A. C. Comrie, D. M. Drechsler, C. M. Barker, R. Basu, T. Brown, A. Gershunov, A.M. Kilpatrick, W. K. Reisen, and D. M. Ruddell. 2013. “Human Health.” In Assessment of Climate Change in the Southwest United States: A Report Prepared for the National Climate Assessment, edited by G. Garfin, A. Jardine, R. Merideth, M. Black, and S. LeRoy, 312–339. A report by the Southwest Climate Alliance. Washington, DC: Island Press. PDF

60. Funk, S., T.L. Bogich, K.E. Jones, A.M. Kilpatrick (corresponding author), P. Daszak. 2013. Quantifying trends in disease impact to produce a consistent and reproducible definition of an emerging infectious disease. PLoS One 8(8) e69951 PDF

59. Kilpatrick, A.M., R.J. Peters, A.P. Dupuis, M.J. Jones, P. Daszak, P.P. Marra, L.D. Kramer. 2013. Predicted and observed mortality from vector-borne disease in wildlife: West Nile virus and small songbirds. Biological Conservation 165 79–85 PDF

58. Kilpatrick, A.M., W. J. Pape. 2013. Predicting human West Nile virus infections with mosquito surveillance data. Am J Epidemiology 178(5) 829–835 PDF

57. Bogich, T.L., Funk, S., Malcolm, T., Chhun, N., Epstein, J., Chmura, A.A., Kilpatrick, A.M., Brownstein, J.S., Hutchinson, O.C., Doyle-Capitman, C., Deaville, R., Morse, S.S., Cunningham, A.A., and Daszak, P. 2013. Using network theory for identifying disease outbreaks of unknown origin. Journal of the Royal Society Interface 10: 20120904 PDF

56. Schwarz, L.K., M.E. Goebel, D.P. Costa, A.M. Kilpatrick2013. Environmental influences on demographic rates of Antarctic fur seals. Journal of Animal Ecology 82 903–911 PDF

55. Morales-Betoulle, M.E., N. Komar, N. Panella, D. Alvarez, M.R. López, J.L. Betoulle, S.M. Sosa, M.L. Müller, A.M. Kilpatrick, R.S. Lanciotti, B.W. Johnson, A.M. Powers, C. Cordón-Rosales, Arbovirus Ecology Work Group. 2013. Ecology of West Nile Virus in a Tropical Ecosystem in Guatemala. Am J Tropical Medicine & Hygiene 88(1):116-26 PDF


54. Kilpatrick, A.M., S.E. Randolph. 2012. Drivers, dynamics, and control of emerging vector-borne zoonotic diseases. Lancet 380 (9857) 1946-1955 PDF

53. Langwig, K.E., W.F. Frick, J.T. Bried, A.C. Hicks, T.H. Kunz, A.M. Kilpatrick2012. Sociality, density-dependence, and microclimates determine the persistence of populations suffering from a novel fungal disease, white-nose syndrome.  Ecology Letters 15 (9): 1050–1057 PDF

52. Levi, T. A. M. Kilpatrick, M. Mangel, C.C. Wilmers. 2012. Deer, predators, and the emergence of Lyme disease.Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 109 (27) 10942–10947 PDF

51. Jones, C.J., L.P. Lounibos, P.P. Marra, A.M. Kilpatrick2012. Rainfall influences survival of Culex pipiens mosquitoes in a residential neighborhood in the mid-Atlantic USA. Journal of Medical Entomology 49(3): 467-473 PDF

50. Paull, S.H., S.J. Song, K.M. McClure, L.C. Sackett, A.M. Kilpatrick, P.T.J. Johnson. 2012. Superspreaders, amplification hosts and disease hotspots: Linking transmission heterogeneity across hosts and space. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 10(2) 75-82 PDF


49. Kilpatrick, A.M. 2011. Globalization, land use, and the emergence of West Nile virus. Science 334 (6054) 323-7 PDF

48. Kunz, T.H., J.T. Foster, W.F. Frick, A.M. Kilpatrick, G.F. McCracken, M.S. Moore, J.D. Reichard, D.M. Reeder, A.H. Robbins. 2011. White-nose syndrome: an overview of ongoing and future research needs.  Pp. 195-209. In: Proceedings of Protection of Threatened Bats at Coal Mines: A Technical Interactive Forum (K.C. Vories,A.H. Caswell, T.M. Price, eds.). USDOI Office of Surface Mining and Coal Research Center, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, Illinois. PDF

47. Farajollahi, A., D.M. Fonseca, L.D. Kramer, A.M. Kilpatrick (corresponding author). 2011. Bird biting mosquitoes and human disease: a review of the role of Culex pipiens complex mosquitoes in epidemiology. Infection, Genetics, Evolution 11 1577-1585 PDF

46. Rohr, J.R. A.P. Dobson, P.T.J. Johnson, A.M. Kilpatrick, S.H. Paull, T.R. Raffel, D. Ruiz-Moreno, M.B. Thomas. 2011. Frontiers in climate change-disease research. Trends in Ecology and Evolution. 26(6):270-7 PDF

45. Foufopoulos, J., A.M. Kilpatrick, A.R. Ives. 2011. Holocene Climate Change, Range Shifts, and Reptile Extinctions from Islands. American Naturalist 177(1) 119-129 PDF


44. A.M. Kilpatrick & S. Altizer. 2010. Disease Ecology. Nature Education Knowledge 1(11):13; (open access link)

43. Carver, S. A.M. Kilpatrick, A. Kuenzi, R. Douglass, R.S. Ostfeld, P. Weinstein. 2010. Integration of environmental monitoring to enhance comprehension of the ecology and epidemiology of infectious diseases. Journal of Environmental Monitoring 12 2048-2055 PDF

42. Hosseini, P., S.H. Sokolow, K.J. Vandegrift, A.M. Kilpatrick, P. Daszak. 2010. Predictive power of air travel and socio-economic data for early pandemic spread. PLoS One 5(9) e12763 PDF

41. Kilpatrick, A.M. G.D. Ebel, D.M. Fonseca, L.D. Kramer. 2010. Spatial and temporal variation in vector competence ofCulex pipiens and Cx. restuans mosquitoes for West Nile virus. Am. J. Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 83(3) 607-13 PDF

40. Vandegrift, K., S.H. Sokolow, P. Daszak, A.M. Kilpatrick* (*corresponding author). 2010. Ecology of influenza viruses in a changing world. Annals of the New York Academy of Science 1195 (2010) 113–128 PDF

39. Kramer, L.D. & A.M. Kilpatrick2010. Unraveling a complex transmission cycle: implications for control. pp. 191-202 in Vector Biology, Ecology and Control (P.W. Atkinson Ed.) Springer, New York PDF

38.Kilpatrick, A.M., C.J. Briggs, P. Daszak. 2010. The ecology and impact of chytridiomycosis, an emerging disease of amphibians. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 25(2) 109-118 PDF

37.Kilpatrick, A.M., A.P. Dupuis, G.J.J. Chang, L.D. Kramer. 2010. DNA vaccination of American robins (Turdus migratorius) against West Nile virus. Vector-Borne Zoonotic Disease 10(4) 377-380 PDF


36. Daszak, P., and A. M. Kilpatrick2009. Regulating Services: A Focus on Disease Regulation. Pages 634-641 in S. A. Levin, editor. The Princeton Guide to Ecology. Princeton University Press, Princeton, NJ, USA PDF

35.Schloegel, L.M., A. Picco, A.M. Kilpatrick, A. Hyatt, P. Daszak. 2009. Magnitude of the US trade in amphibians and presence of Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis and ranavirus infection in imported North American bullfrogs (Rana catesbeianaBiological Conservation 142 1420-1426. PDF

34.Kilpatrick, A.M., C.M. Gillin., P. Daszak. 2009. Wildlife-livestock conflict: the risk of pathogen transmission from bison to cattle outside Yellowstone National Park Journal of Applied Ecology 46(2) 476-485 PDF


33.Ladeau, S.L., A.M. Kilpatrick, C.A. Calder, P.P. Marra. 2008. West Nile virus revisited:  Consequences for North American ecology. Bioscience 58(10) 937-946 PDF

32.Kilpatrick, A.M., Meola, M.A., Moudy, R.M., Kramer, L.D. Temperature, viral genetics, and the transmission of West Nile virus by Culex pipiens mosquitoes. 2008PLoS Pathogens 4(6) e1000092 PDF

31.Gomez, A. L.D. Kramer, A.P. Dupuis II, A.M. Kilpatrick, L.J. Davis, M.J. Jones, P. Daszak, A.A. Aguirre. 2008. Experimental infection of eastern gray squirrels (Sciurus carolinensis) with West Nile virus American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 79(3) 447-51 PDF

30.Gomez, A., A.M. Kilpatrick, L.D. Kramer, A.P. Dupuis, M.J. Jones, S.J. Goetz, P.P. Marra, P. Daszak, A.A. Aguirre.2008. Land use and West Nile virus seroprevalence in wild mammals Emerging Infectious Diseases 14(6): 962-5 PDF

29.Zhang, J.-s.., P. Daszak, H.-l. Huang, G.-y. Yang, A.M. Kilpatrick, S.-y. Zhang. 2008. Parasite Threat to Panda Conservation Ecohealth 5(1) 6-9 PDF


28.Newman, S.H., S. Wright, K., Converse, A.M. Kilpatrick, A.A. Chmura, N. Patel, E. Lammers, P. Daszak. 2007. Disease associated aquatic bird mortality as an indicator of changing marine ecosystem health: Analysis of a 30-year USA mortality database Marine Ecosystem-Progress Series 352: 299-309 PDF

27.Douglas, K.O.,  A.M. Kilpatrick, P.N. Levett, M.C. Lavoie. 2007. A quantitative risk assessment of West Nile virus introduction into Barbados West Indian Medical Journal 56(5) 394-7 PDF

26.Kilpatrick, A.M., LaDeau, S.L., Marra, P.P. 2007 The ecology and impact of West Nile virus in the Western Hemisphere.Auk 124(4):1121–1136 PDF

25.Kilpatrick, A.M., L.D. Kramer, M.J. Jones, P.P. Marra, P. Daszak, D.M. Fonseca. 2007.  Genetic influences on mosquito feeding behavior and the emergence of zoonotic pathogens Am J Tropical Medicine & Hygiene 77(4) 667-671 PDF

24.Griffing, S.M., A.M. Kilpatrick, L. Clark, P.P. Marra. 2007. Mosquito landing rates on nesting American robins (Turdus migratorius). Vector-Borne and Zoonotic Diseases 7(3) 437-443 PDF

23.Daszak, P., J.H. Epstein, A.M. Kilpatrick, A.A. Aguirre, W.B. Karesh, A.A. Cunningham. 2007. Collaborative research approaches to the role of wildlife in zoonotic disease emergence. Pp. 463-475 in Current Topics in Microbiology and Immunology Vol 315: Wildlife and Emerging Zoonotic Diseases: The Biology, Circumstances and Consequences of Cross-Species Transmission. Springer PDF

22.LaDeau, S.L., A.M. Kilpatrick, P.P. Marra. 2007. West Nile virus emergence and large-scale declines of North American bird populations. Nature (447) 710-713 PDF

21.Cohen, J.K., A.M. Kilpatrick, R. Kelly, F. Stroud, K. Paul, F. Wolf, J. Else. 2007. A comparative analysis of the seroprevalence of West Nile virus in non-human primate populations as predicted by mosquito abundance at two national primate research centers. Comparative Medicine 57 (1) 115-119 PDF


20.Kilpatrick, A.M., A.A. Chmura, D.W. Gibbons, R.C. Fleischer, P.P. Marra, P. Daszak. 2006. Predicting the global spread of H5N1 avian influenza. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 103 (51) 19368-19373 PDF

19.Epstein, J.H., J. McKee, P. Shaw, V. Hicks, G. Micalizzi, P. Daszak, A.M. Kilpatrick, G. Kaufman. 2006. The Australian white ibis (Threskiornis molucca) as a reservoir of zoonotic and livestock pathogens. Ecohealth 3(4) 290-8 PDF

18.Kilpatrick, A.M., P. Daszak, M.J. Jones, P.P. Marra, L.D. Kramer. 2006. Host heterogeneity dominates West Nile virus transmission. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 273 (1599) 2327-2333 PDF

17.Kilpatrick, A.M., L.D. Kramer, M.J. Jones, P.P. Marra, P. Daszak. 2006. West Nile virus epidemics in North America are driven by shifts in mosquito feeding behavior PLoS Biology 4(4) 606-610 PDF

16.Kilpatrick, A.M., P. Daszak, S.J. Goodman, H. Rogg, L.D. Kramer, V. Cedeno, A.A. Cunningham. 2006. Predicting pathogen introduction: West Nile virus spread to Galápagos Conservation Biology 20 (4): 1224-1231 PDF

15.Kilpatrick, A.M., D. LaPointe, C.T. Atkinson, B.L. Woodworth, J.K. Lease, M.E. Reiter, K. Gross. 2006. Effects of chronic avian malaria (Plasmodium relictum) infection on the reproductive success of Hawaii Amakihi (Hemignathus virens). Auk123 (3): 764-774 PDF

14.Kilpatrick, A.M. 2006. Facilitating the evolution of resistance to avian malaria (Plasmodium relictum) in Hawaiian birds.Biological Conservation 128(4) 475-485 PDF

13.Kilpatrick, A.M., W.A. Mitchell, W.P. Porter, D. Currie. 2006. Testing a mechanistic hypothesis for the latitudinal gradient in mammalian species diversity. Evolutionary Ecology Research 8(2) 333-344 PDF


12.Daszak, P., D.E. Scott, A.M. Kilpatrick, C. Faggioni, J.W. Gibbons, D. Porter. 2005. Amphibian population declines at the Savannah River Site are linked to climate, not chytridiomycosis. Ecology 86(12) 3232-7 PDF

11.Wolfe, N.D., P. Daszak, A.M. Kilpatrick, and D.S. Burke. 2005. Bushmeat Hunting, Deforestation and Predicting Zoonotic Emergence. Emerging Infectious Diseases 11(12): 1822-7 PDF

10.Kilpatrick, A.M., L.D. Kramer, S. Campbell, E.O. Alleyne, A.P. Dobson, P. Daszak. 2005. West Nile Virus Risk Assessment and the Bridge Vector Paradigm. Emerging Infectious Diseases 11(3) 425-9 PDF

9.Leinwand, I., A.M. Kilpatrick, N. Cole, C.G. Jones, P. Daszak. 2005. Drivers of Coccidial Infection in Endemic and Introduced Lizards of Mauritius. Journal of Parasitology 91(5): 1103-8 PDF


8.Kilpatrick, A.M., Y. Gluzberg, J. Burgett, and P. Daszak. 2004. A quantitative risk assessment of the pathways by which West Nile virus could reach Hawaii. Ecohealth 1(2)  205-209 PDF

7.Marra, P.P., S. Griffing, C.L. Caffrey, A.M. Kilpatrick, R.G. McLean, C. Brand, E. Saito, A.P. Dupuis, L.D. Kramer, R. Novak. 2004. West Nile Virus and Wildlife. Bioscience 54(5) 393-402 PDF

6.Patz, J.A., P. Daszak, G.M. Tabor, A.A. Aguirre, M. Pearl, J. Epstein, N.D. Wolfe, A.M. Kilpatrick, J. Foufopoulos, D. Molyneux, D.J. Bradley, & Members of the Working Group Land Use Change and Infectious Disease Emergence. 2004. Unhealthy landscapes: Policy recommendations on land use change and disease emergence.  Environmental Health Perspectives 112(10): 1092-1098 PDF

5.Hanselmann, R., A. Rodríguez, M. Lampo, L. Fajardo-Ramos, A. A. Aguirre, A.M. Kilpatrick, J. P. Rodríguez, and P. Daszak. 2004. Presence of an emerging pathogen of amphibians in introduced bullfrogs Rana catesbeiana in Venezuela.Biological Conservation 120: 115-119 PDF

4.Daszak, P., G.M. Tabor, A.M. Kilpatrick, J. Epstein, R. Plowright. 2004.  Conservation medicine and a new agenda for emerging diseases. Annals of the New York Academy of Science 1026: 1-11 PDF


3.Kilpatrick, A.M., A.R. Ives. 2003. Species interactions can explain Taylor’s power law for ecological time series. Nature 422: 65-68 PDF

2.Kilpatrick, A.M. 2003. The impact of thermoregulatory costs on foraging behaviour: a test with American Crows (Corvus brachyrhynchos) and eastern grey squirrels (Sciurus carolinensis). Evolutionary Ecology Research 5: 781-786 PDF


1.Kilpatrick, A.M. 2002. Variation in growth of Brown-headed cowbird (Molothrus ater) nestlings and energetic impacts on their host parents. Canadian Journal of Zoology 80: 145-153 PDF