Publications

Schneider-Crease, I., Snyder-Mackler, N., Beehner, J.C., Bergman, T.J, Lu, A. (Accepted). Beyond infant death: the hidden costs of infanticide in geladas (Theropithecus gelada). Animal Behavior.

Schneider-Crease, I. (Accepted). Coenurosis and Echinococcosis. In: Neglected Diseases of Monkeys: From the Monkey-Human interface to One Health, Eds: S. Knauf & L. Jones-Engel.

Lu, A., Petrullo, L. Carrera, S., Feder, J., Schneider-Crease, I., Snyder-Mackler, N. (2019). Developmental Responses to Early Life Adversity: Evolutionary and Mechanistic Perspectives. Evolutionary Anthropology, https://doi.org/10.1002/evan.21791.

Miller, I.F., Schneider-Crease, I, Nunn, C.L., Muehlenbein, M.P. (2018). Estimating infection prevalence: Best practices and their theoretical underpinnings. Ecology & Evolution, 8, 6738-6747.

Schneider-Crease, I., Griffin, R. H., Gomery, M. A., Dorny, P., Noh, J. C., Handali, S., … & Beehner, J.C. (2017). Identifying wildlife reservoirs of neglected taeniid tapeworms: Non-invasive diagnosis of endemic Taenia serialis infection in a wild primate population. PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases11(7), e0005709.

Schneider-Crease, I., Griffin, R.H., Gomery, M.A., Bergman, T.J., Beehner, J.C. (2017b). High mortality associated with tapeworm parasitism in geladas (Theropithecus gelada) in the Simien Mountains National Park, Ethiopia. American Journal of Primatology, 79(9), e22684.

Schneider-Crease, I., Snyder-Mackler, N., Jarvey, J.C., Bergman, T.J. (2013). Molecular  identification of Taenia serialis coenurosis in a wild Ethiopian gelada (Theropithecus gelada). Veterinary Parasitology, 198, 240-243.

 

PUBLICATIONS IN PREPARATION

Schneider-Crease, I., Lu, A., Beehner, J.C., Bergman, T.J., Snyder-Mackler, N. Is parasite community structure in an herbivorous primate driven by phylogeny or ecology? Manuscript available upon request.

Schneider-Crease, I., Feder, J., Beehner, J.C., Bergman, T.J., Snyder-Mackler, N., Lu, A. Early life adversity as a source of variation in inflammatory responses to natural parasite infection.