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India A Schneider-Crease, Graduate Assistant

India A Schneider-Crease
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B.A.Stony Brook University2009

Behavioral Ecology and Physiology
Primate Biology
Primate Ecology
Research Interests: Primate parasite ecology, physiology, conservation

My research focuses on the physiological, behavioral, and environmental drivers of infection in wild primate populations. In particular, I study how intrinsic host characteristics shape patterns of infection and drive disease from the tapeworm Taenia serialis in geladas (Theropithecus gelada).

Recent Publications   (search)

  1. I.A. Schneider-Crease, N. Snyder-Mackler, J.C. Jarvey, T.J. Bergman, Molecular identification of Taenia serialis coenurosis in a wild Ethiopian gelada (Theropithecus gelada), Veterinary Parasitology (Accepted, August, 2013).

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