Geographic gradients in Lyme disease risk in the eastern United States.
Hickling, G. J. 2016.
US-IALE Landscape Change Annual Meeting., Asheville, NC. April 2016.
Blacklegged tick behavior is a key determinant of Lyme disease risk in the eastern U.S.
Hickling, G. J., I. Arsnoe, J. Tsao, and E. Stromdahl. 2016.
Integrated Tick Management Symposium, Washington, DC. May 2016.
Wildlife and domestic animals both contribute to the ecology and epidemiology of Lyme disease in the upper Midwest.
Porter, M., G. J. Hickling, and J. Tsao. 2016.
76th Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Grand Rapids MI. January 2016.
Geographic distribution of tick-borne pathogens and disease: Lyme disease as a model.
Tsao, J., G. J. Hickling, H. Ginesberg, and N. Ogden. 2016.
Integrated Tick Management Symposium. Washington, DC. May 2016..
Geographical differences in nymphal Ixodes scapularis questing behavior are strongly associated with regional variation in Lyme disease risk in the eastern United States.
Arsnoe, I, J. Tsao, and G. J. Hickling. 2015.
14th International Conference on Lyme Borreliosis and other Tick-Borne Diseases, Vienna, Austria. September 2015.
Raccoons and opossums across the eastern and central United States: demographic variation may affect efficacy as Lyme disease diluters.
Burke, R., B. Ross, L. Beati, H. Ginesberg, G. J. Hickling, N. Ogden, and J. Tsao. 2014.
Procedings of The Wildlife Society Annual Conference. Pittsburgh, PA. October 2014.
Blacklegged tick abundance and behavior as key determinants of Lyme disease risk in the eastern U.S.
Hickling, G. J., and J. I. Tsao. 2014.
Society for Vector Ecology Annual Conference. San Antonio, TX. September 2014..
Birds are helping to spread Michigan’s Lyme disease ticks - bird banders are on the front line to track their spread.
Tsao, J.I., and G. J. Hickling. 2014.
Michigan Lyme Disease Association Newsletter.