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Participant List for NIMBioS Investigative Workshop:

Free-roaming Cats and Rabies, Nov 9-11, 2011

Participant Institutional affiliation Areas of expertise
Todd Atwood USDA APHIS
Faruku Bande Universiti Putra MalaysiaPathology & Microbiology
John Boone Great Basin Bird Observatory and SPCA of Northern Nevada Population biology, modeling/ FRC-wildlife interaction/ zoonotic disease ecology
Christine Budke Texas A&M Univ.Veterinary Integrative Biosciences
Meggan Craft Institute on the Environment, Univ. Minnesota
Dobromir DimitrovUniv. of Washington, SeattleApplied Mathematics
Martin DownesUniv. of Nottingham Veterinary Medicine
Allison Howard Eury Univ. of GeorgiaPsychology, Geography
Wyatt FramptonUtah Dept. of Agriculture and FoodAnimal Industry
Richard Gerhold Univ. of Tennessee
Brenda GriffinUniv. of FloridaSmall Animal Clinical Sciences
Frank Hilker Dept of Mathematical Sciences, Center for Mathematical Biology, Univ of Bath Cat population dynamics/ mathematical epidemiology
Ben Hirsch Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute (STRI)
Laura Hungerford Epidemiology and Public Health, School of Medicine, Univ of Maryland Spatial analysis/infectious disease epidemiology/dynamic modeling of zoonoses
Teresa Jennings Univ. of TennesseeComparative Medicine
Yang Kuang* Arizona State Univ, Tempe Mathematics, Statistical Sciences
Dennis Lawler Illinois State Museum, Springfield Evolutionary biology/ reproduction/ population medicine
Lindsay Lee Univ. of TennesseeMathematics
Maud Lélu NIMBioS
Suzanne Lenhart Mathematics, Univ of Tennessee Population and environmental models/disease models
Julie Levy Dept of Small Animal Clinical Sciences, Univ of Florida Cat population dynamics/infectious diseases
Amy Lowe Atlantic Veterinary College
Phil Miller Int. Union Conserv. Nature
Anna Mummert Marshall Univ.Mathematics
Claudia Munoz-Zanzi Univ. MinnesotaEpidemiology
Jane Murray Univ. of BristolClinical Veterinary Science
John Nagy Scottsdale Community College/Arizona State Univ.Life Science
John New Dept of Comparative Medicine, College of Veterinary Medicine, Univ of Tennessee Cat population dynamics and rabies epidemiology
Ben Nolting Univ. of NebraskaMathematics & Biological Sciences
Moshood Omotayo Harvard Univ. Global health and infectious disease epidemiology
Angie Peace Arizona State Univ.Mathematical & Statistical Sciences
Margaret Slater* American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Biology, shelter research and development
Marcy Souza Univ. of TennesseeVeterinary Medicine
Jenny StaviskyUniv. of NottinghamCentre for Evidence-based Veterinary Medicine
Amy Turmelle National Ctr for Emerging and Zoonotic Infectious Disease, CDC; Univ. of Tennessee Biology, disease dynamics
Heidi Weimer
Eti Wiraningsih Jakarta State Univ.Mathematics
Stephen Zawistowski ASPCA; Univ. of IllinoisVeterinary Medicine
Xiaopeng Zhao Univ. of TennesseeMechanical, Aerospace & Biomedical Engineering
*Workshop organizers

NIMBioS Investigative Workshops include up to 35 participants, of which up to 17 are pre-selected by the organizers; the remainder are selected through an open application process.

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