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Megan A. Greischar
Megan A. Greischar
Assistant professor, Cornell University
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A synthesis of experimental work on parasite local adaptation
MA Greischar, B Koskella
Ecology letters 10 (5), 418-434, 2007
3722007
Adaptive plasticity in the gametocyte conversion rate of malaria parasites
P Schneider, MA Greischar, PLG Birget, C Repton, N Mideo, SE Reece
PLoS pathogens 14 (11), e1007371, 2018
642018
Temperature-dependent variation in the extrinsic incubation period elevates the risk of vector-borne disease emergence
T Kamiya, MA Greischar, K Wadhawan, B Gilbert, K Paaijmans, N Mideo
Epidemics 30, 100382, 2020
452020
Predicting optimal transmission investment in malaria parasites
MA Greischar, N Mideo, AF Read, ON Bjørnstad
Evolution 70 (7), 1542-1558, 2016
322016
Coprinus cinereus rad50 Mutants Reveal an Essential Structural Role for Rad50 in Axial Element and Synaptonemal Complex Formation, Homolog Pairing and …
SN Acharya, AM Many, AP Schroeder, FM Kennedy, OP Savytskyy, ...
Genetics 180 (4), 1889-1907, 2008
252008
Anthropogenic nest sites provide warmer incubation environments than natural nest sites in a population of oviparous reptiles near their northern range limit
EA Francis, PD Moldowan, MA Greischar, N Rollinson
Oecologia 190, 511-522, 2019
242019
Quantifying transmission investment in malaria parasites
MA Greischar, N Mideo, AF Read, ON Bjørnstad
PLoS computational biology 12 (2), e1004718, 2016
232016
Synchrony in malaria infections: how intensifying within-host competition can be adaptive
MA Greischar, AF Read, ON Bjørnstad
The American Naturalist 183 (2), E36-E49, 2014
232014
Altered life history strategies protect malaria parasites against drugs
PLG Birget, MA Greischar, SE Reece, N Mideo
Evolutionary Applications 11 (4), 442-455, 2018
212018
The challenge of quantifying synchrony in malaria parasites
MA Greischar, SE Reece, NJ Savill, N Mideo
Trends in parasitology 35 (5), 341-355, 2019
192019
Partitioning the influence of ecology across scales on parasite evolution
MA Greischar, LM Beck-Johnson, N Mideo
Evolution 73 (11), 2175-2188, 2019
122019
Mistimed malaria parasites re‐synchronize with host feeding‐fasting rhythms by shortening the duration of intra‐erythrocytic development
AJ O’Donnell, MA Greischar, SE Reece
Parasite Immunology 44 (3), e12898, 2022
112022
Uncovering drivers of dose-dependence and individual variation in malaria infection outcomes
T Kamiya, MA Greischar, DS Schneider, N Mideo
PLoS Computational Biology 16 (10), e1008211, 2020
92020
The role of models in translating within-host dynamics to parasite evolution
MA Greischar, SE Reece, N Mideo
Parasitology 143 (7), 905-914, 2016
82016
Parasites can simplify host-population dynamics and reduce extinction risk
MA Greischar, CM Lively
Evolutionary Ecology Research 13 (6), 557-569, 2011
82011
Linking functional and molecular mechanisms of host resilience to malaria infection
T Kamiya, NM Davis, MA Greischar, D Schneider, N Mideo
Elife 10, e65846, 2021
72021
Evolutionary consequences of feedbacks between within-host competition and disease control
MA Greischar, HK Alexander, F Bashey, AI Bento, A Bhattacharya, ...
Evolution, medicine, and public health 2020 (1), 30-34, 2020
72020
Environmental variability affects optimal trade‐offs in ecological immunology
D Kirk, M Greischar, N Mideo, M Krkošek
Ecosphere 12 (7), e03654, 2021
42021
Epidemiological consequences of immune sensitisation by pre-exposure to vector saliva
T Kamiya, MA Greischar, N Mideo
PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases 11 (10), e0005956, 2017
42017
Challenges in forming inferences from limited data: a case study of malaria parasite maturation
MAE Peters, MA Greischar, N Mideo
Journal of the Royal Society Interface 18 (177), 20210065, 2021
32021
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