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Publications

Published

Breed, A., Field, H.E. & Plowright, R. (2005). Volant viruses: a concern to bats, humans and other animals. Microbiology Australia 26(2): 59-63.

Peter Daszak Hyatt, A.D., Daszak, P., Cunningham, A.A., Field, H. & Gould, A.R. (2004). Henipaviruses: Gaps in the knowledge of emergence. Ecohealth 1: 25-38.

Field, H., Mackenzie, J. & Daszak, P. (2004). Novel viral encephalitides associated with bats (Chiroptera) – host management strategies. Archives of Virology 18: S113-121.

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

Daszak, P. (2003). The NIH-FIC Henipavirus group: Examining the role of anthropogenic changes in the ecology and emergence of Hendra and Nipah viruses. Journal of Clinical Virology 28: S39-S40.

In Press

Olival, K. & Daszak, P. Ecology of emerging diseases. J. Neurovirol. In press.

Submitted

Epstein, J.H., Prakash, V., Smith, C.S., McLaughlan, A., Daszak, P., Field, H.E. and Cunningham, A.A. Morphometrics and physiologic status of free-ranging Indian flying fox (Pteropus giganteus). Acta Chiropterologica Submitted February 2005.

Pulliam, J., Field, H., Olival, K.J. and HERG. An alternative explanation of Nipah virus strain variation. Emerging Infectious Diseases Submitted February 2005.

Daszak, P., Plowright, R., Epstein, J.H., Pulliam, J., Abdul Rahman, S., Field, H.E., Smith, C.S., Olival, K.J., Luby, S., Halpin, K., Hyatt, A.D. & the Henipavirus Ecology Research Group (HERG). The emergence of Nipah and Hendra virus: pathogen dynamics across a wildlife-livestock-human continuum. In: Collinge, S.K. & Ray, C. (Eds.), Disease Ecology: Community Structure and Pathogen Dynamics Oxford University Press. Submitted March 7th 2005.

McLaughlin, A.B., Epstein, J.H., Prakash, V., Smith. C.S., Daszak, P., Field, H.E. and Cunningham, A.A. Plasma biochemistry and hematological values for wild-caught flying foxes (Pteropus giganteus) in India. Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine submitted March 13th.

Conference Abstracts

Daszak, P. (2002). The emergence of infectious diseases among wildlife and the origin of human zoonoses. Symposium lecture at the International Congress on Emerging Infectious Diseases, Atlanta.

Daszak, P. (2002). Investigating wildlife EIDs – lessons from chytridiomycosis and Nipah virus. Annual Meeting of the Wildlife Disease Association. Arcata, CA.

Daszak, P. (2002). Fruit Bat Viruses and Frog Fungi in a Globalized World: A New Approach to Emerging Infectious Diseases. Plenary lecture. Annual Meeting of the Society for Tropical Veterinary Medicine.

Daszak, P. (2003). The emergence of a new genus of lethal zoonotic paramyxoviruses in Australia and Malaysia. Annual Meeting, Ecological Society of America, Savannah.

Field, H.E. (2003). Investigation of possible risk factors for the emergence of Hendra and Nipah viruses. Annual meeting of the Australian Association of Veterinary Conservation Biologists.

Daszak, P. (2003 ). Conservation medicine: from frog declines to bat viruses. Annual meeting of the National Wildlife Rehabilitation Association, Rhode Island.

Epstein, J.H., Pulliam, J., Abdul Rahman, S., Dobson, A.P., Smith, C.S., Eaton, B., Field, H.E., Hyatt, A.D., Daszak, P. & HERG. (2004). Understanding the ecology of Nipah virus: an emerging zoonotic paramyxovirus. International Congress on Emerging Infectious Diseases, Atlanta.

Halpin K (2004). Bats and viruses - an interesting association. 9th Arbovirus Research in Australia Conference, Noosa Lakes Resort, Australia. August 2004.

Epstein, J.H. and Field, H. (2004). Examining the role of anthropogenic factors in the emergence of respiratory diseases. Fondation Mérieux conference on emerging viral respiratory diseases. Annecy, France.

Daszak, P., Epstein, J.H. (2004). Understanding the ecology of Nipah and Hendra viruses: two novel emerging zoonotic paramyxoviruses. Annual meeting of the American Public Health Association, Washington D.C.

Epstein, J.H. (2004). Understanding the ecology of emerging zoonotic pathogens. Royal Swedish Academy of Agriculture and Forestry, conference on Emerging Infectious Diseases. Stockholm, Sweden.

Epstein, J.H. (2004). Climate change and its role in disease emergence: Nipah virus as a case study. Ruschlikon Executive Roundtable: “Climate change futures: Health, Ecological and Economic Dimensions” Zurich, Switzerland.

Epstein, J.H. & Field, H. (2004). The complexities and challenges of seeking zoonotic agents in wildlife. World Health Organization Consultation on Emerging Zoonotic Diseases. Geneva, Switzerland.

Dobson, A.P. & Pulliam, J. (2004). Disease emergence in early human cities: implications for new emerging diseases. Annual meeting, Society for Conservation Biology, New York.

Epstein, J.H. (2004). Understanding the ecology of Nipah and Hendra viruses: a conservation medicine approach to public health. Emerson Hospital Grand Rounds. Concord, MA.

Epstein, J.H., Abdul Rahman, S., Pulliam, J., Plowright, R., Smith, C.S., Field, H., Daszak, P. & HERG. (2004). Understanding the ecology of Nipah virus: a novel emerging zoonotic paramyxovirus. American Assoc. Zoo Vet (AAZV) / Wildlife Disease Assoc. (WDA)/ American Assoc. Wildlife Vet. (AAWV), San Diego, CA.

Epstein, J.H., Smith, C.S., Plowright, R., Field, H., Abdul Rahman, S., Daszak, P. and HERG. (2004). Use of satellite telemetry to study the movement of pteropid species in Australia and Malaysia: implications for conservation and public health. American Assoc. Zoo Vet (AAZV) / Wildlife Disease Assoc. (WDA)/ American Assoc. Wildlife Vet. (AAWV), San Diego, CA.

Daszak, P., Kilpatrick, A.M., Pulliam, J., Patel, N., Jones, K., Levy, M., Jamalludin, A.A., Dobson, A.P. (2005). Predicting Emerging Infectious Diseases. AAAS, Washington.

Smith, C.S., Epstein, J.H., Abdul Rahman, S., Field, H.E., Sharifas, S.H., Daszak, P. (2005). Use of Satellite telemetry to study the movement of the Malayan flying fox (Pteropus vampyrus): implications for conservation and public health. Annual Meeting of the Wildlife Disease Association, Cairns.

McLaughlin, A.B., Epstein, J.H., Prakash, V., Smith, S.S., Daszak, P., Field, H.E., Breed, A., Cunningham, A.A. (2005). plasma biochemistry and hematological values for wild-caught flying foxes (Pteropus giganteus) in India. Annual meeting, Wildlife Disease Association, Cairns.Daszak, P., Field, H.E., Epstein, J.H., Pulliam, J., Plowright, R., Hyatt, A.D., Halpin, K., Luby, S. & HERG. (2005). The emergence of Nipah and Hendra virus in Australia, Malaysia and Bangladesh. Annual meeting, Wildlife Disease Association, Cairns.

Field, H.E. (2005). Hendra virus in Australian flying foxes – possible maintenance strategies. Annual meeting, Wildlife Disease Association, Cairns.

Plowright, R.K., Pulliam, J.R., Foley, P., Dobson, A.P. & Daszak, P. (2005). Understanding the Ecology of Nipah and Hendra viruses. Annual meeting, The Wildlife Society, Madison.