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Geography Grad student receives best PhD paper at the 2018 SEDAAG annual meeting!

Published: Dec 5th, 2018

Second-year PhD student Stephanie Mundis of the Quantitative Disease Ecology & Conservation Lab, advised by Dr. Sadie Ryan, was recognized for her paper and presentation at the 2018 SouthEastern Division… Read More

Women in Science on Ada Lovelace Day

Published: Oct 9th, 2018

In observation of Ada Lovelace Day (9 October), the ZSL journal Animal Conservation asked their female editors to reflect on what inspired them to become scientists. UF’s Dr. Sadie Ryan… Read More

Temperature explains broad patterns of Ross River virus transmission

Published: Aug 28th, 2018

RYAN – Temperature explains broad patterns of Ross River virus transmission Marta Strecker Shocket, Sadie J Ryan, Erin A Mordecai Article first published online: 28 AUG 2018 eLife DOI: 10.7554/eLife.37762.001… Read More

Temperature model predicts regional and seasonal virus transmission by mosquitoes

Published: Aug 28th, 2018

GAINESVILLE, FL – New model that accurately predicts patterns of mosquito-borne Ross River virus epidemics could help prepare for the impact of climate change. Scientists have built a model that… Read More

Conservation Conundrum and Amphibian Disease

Published: Aug 20th, 2018

GAINESVILLE, FL – Amidst global amphibian population collapses, ranavirus causes up to 90% mortality in amphibians, undermining conservation efforts and wetland. restoration projects. In a recent study University of Florida… Read More

Temperature drives Zika virus transmission: evidence from empirical and mathematical models

Published: Aug 15th, 2018

RYAN – Temperature drives Zika virus transmission: evidence from empirical and mathematical models Blanka Tesla, Leah R. Demakovsky, Erin A. Mordecai, Sadie J. Ryan, Matthew H. Bonds, Calistus N. Ngonghala,… Read More

UF Researchers Refine Zika Transmission Models

Published: Aug 15th, 2018

GAINESVILLE, FL – A University of Florida Medical Geography researcher recently participated in a study that found that current estimates of Zika virus transmission vastly over predict its possible range.… Read More

Environmental Drivers of Ranavirus in Free-Living Amphibians in Constructed Ponds

Published: Aug 9th, 2018

RYAN, BOERSCH-SUPAN – Environmental Drivers of Ranavirus in Free-Living Amphibians in Constructed Ponds Tess E. Youker-Smith, Philipp H. Boersch-Supan, Christopher M. Whipps, Sadie J. Ryan Article first published online: 09… Read More

Nonlinear and delayed impacts of climate on dengue risk in Barbados: A modelling study

Published: Jul 17th, 2018

LIPPI, RYAN – Nonlinear and delayed impacts of climate on dengue risk in Barbados: A modelling study Rachel Lowe, Antonio Gasparrini, Cédric J. Van Meerbeeck, Catherine A. Lippi, Roché Mahon,… Read More

UF Researchers Make New Strides in Predicting Dengue Fever Outbreaks

Published: Jul 17th, 2018

GAINESVILLE, FL – Medical Geography researchers from the University of Florida recently participated in a study that successfully predicted dengue fever outbreaks on the Caribbean island of Barbados, using climate… Read More