Naima Starkloff
Naima Starkloff
Postdoctoral Researcher, Emory University
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Migratory birds as vehicles for parasite dispersal? Infection by avian haemosporidians over the year and throughout the range of a long‐distance migrant
PC Pulgarín‐R, C Gómez, NJ Bayly, S Bensch, AM FitzGerald, N Starkloff, ...
Journal of Biogeography 46 (1), 83-96, 2019
Transmission potential of human schistosomes can be driven by resource competition among snail intermediate hosts
DJ Civitello, T Angelo, KH Nguyen, RB Hartman, NC Starkloff, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 119 (6), e2116512119, 2022
The effect of mating on female reproduction across hermaphroditic freshwater snails
EM Swart, NC Starkloff, S Ypenburg, J Ellers, NM van Straalen, JM Koene
Invertebrate Biology 139 (1), e12275, 2020
Comparative phylogeographic analysis suggests a shared history among eastern North American boreal forest birds
J Ralston, AM FitzGerald, TM Burg, NC Starkloff, IG Warkentin, ...
Ornithology, 2021
Drivers of community turnover differ between avian hemoparasite genera along a North American latitudinal gradient
NC Starkloff, JJ Kirchman, AW Jones, BM Winger, YH Huang, ...
Ecology and Evolution 10 (12), 5402-5415, 2020
Disentangling the effects of host relatedness and elevation on haemosporidian parasite turnover in a clade of songbirds
NC Starkloff, WC Turner, AM FitzGerald, MC Oftedal, ES Martinsen, ...
Ecosphere 12 (5), e03497, 2021
Cascading impacts of host seasonal adaptation on parasitism
NC Starkloff, DJ Civitello
Trends in parasitology 38 (11), 942-949, 2022
Testing the predictive capabilities of ecological niche models: a case study examining Red‐bellied Woodpeckers
AM FitzGerald, NC Starkloff, JJ Kirchman
Ecosphere 9 (12), e02496, 2018
Coinfection rates of avian blood parasites increase with latitude in parapatric host species
NC Starkloff, SC Galen
Parasitology 150 (4), 329-336, 2023
Spatio-temporal variability in transmission risk of human schistosomes and animal trematodes in a seasonally desiccating East African landscape
NC Starkloff, T Angelo, MP Mahalila, J Charles, S Kinung'hi, DJ Civitello
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 291 (2014), 20231766, 2024
Mapping of snail intermediate host habitat reveals variability in schistosome and nonschistosome trematode transmission in endemic settings
T Angelo, NC Starkloff, MP Mahalila, J Charles, DJ Civitello, S Kinung'hi
bioRxiv, 2023.06. 04.543635, 2023
Snail juvenile growth rate as a rapid predictor of the transmission potential of parasitizing human schistosomes
NC Starkloff, RB Hartman, DJ Civitello
Experimental Parasitology 242, 108378, 2022
Haemoparasite Infection and Immunogenetic Diversity in a Clade of North American Songbirds
NC Starkloff
State University of New York at Albany, 2020
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