13 December 2017 – Sammi’s ms entitled “The importance of being urgent: the impact of surveillance target and scale on mosquito-borne disease control” by Sammi Schwab, Chris Stone, Dina Fonseca and Nina Fefferman was accepted in “Epidemics”! This a modeling analysis of the pros and cons of using different threshold targets on arboviral control outcomes and starts to put together a mathematical framework for decision making in mosquito control. Congratulations Sammi!
11 December 2017 – Andrea ms entitled “A historical snapshot of Ixodes scapularis-borne pathogens in New Jersey ticks reflects a changing disease landscape” by Egizi, Rogner, Faraji, Healy and Jordan was officially accepted in Tick & Tick Borne Diseases. Andrea is now officially an “insider” in the world of tick research! Congratulations Andrea!
11 December 2017 – Found out today that “Early detection of terrestrial invasive insect infestations by using eDNA from crop surfaces” by Valentin, Fonseca, Nielsen, Leskey and Lockwood was formally accepted for publication in Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, a ESA (the Ecology one) journal. Frontiers publishes short, high-impact research communications of broad interdisciplinary appeal. Congratulations Rafael!