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Recent Publications

An Immuno-Epidemiological Model for Johne’s Disease in Cattle.  Martcheva, M., S. Lenhart, S. Eda, D. Klinkenberg, E. Momotani, and J. Stabel.  2015.  Veterinary Research, 46:69.

An Epidemiological Study Of Campylobacter Populations Reveals A Selective Pressure By Roxarsone.  Pendleton, S., and I. B. Hanning.  2014.  Ph.D. Dissertation.

Evaluation of cefoxitin disk diffusion for detection of methicillin resistance in Staphylococcus pseudintermedius isolates from dogs Bemis, D., R. D. Jones, R. Videla, and S. A. Kania.  2012.  Journal of Veterinary Diagnostic Investigation.

Adaptive human behavior in epidemiological models.  Fenichel, E. C. Castillo-Chavez, M. G. Ceddiac, G. Chowell, P. A. Gonzalez Parrae, G. J. Hickling, G. Holloway, R. D. Horan, B. Morin, C. Perrings, M. Springborn, L. Velazquez, and C. Villalobos.  2011.  PNAS 108: 6306-6311.

Epidemiological and immunological models for Johne’s disease: should they be integrated?.  Gardner, I., and S. Eda.  2011.  Newsletter of Johne’s Disease Integrated Program, August 2011.

Comparison of clonal relatedness of fecal Escherichia coli isolates from dogs and their owners and epidemiological analysis of within-household sharing of bacteria.  Stenske, K. A., B. E. Gillespie, S. P. Oliver, D. Bemis, K. J. Matteson, F. A. Draughon, and J. W. Bartges.  2008.  Journal of Vet. Intern Med. 22:785.

Comparison of clonal relatedness of fecal Escherichia coli from dogs and their owners and epidemiological analysis of within household sharing of bacteria.  Stenske, K. A., B. E. Gillespie, S. P. Oliver, D. Bemis, K. J. Matteson, F. A. Draughon, and J. W. Bartges.  2008.  Proc. 2nd Annual Comparative and Experimental Medicine Research Symposium Abstract 2, p. 12, College of Veterinary Medicine, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville.