Presentations & Products

We will post presentations that our members provide to various audiences as well as products (e.g., handouts, information sheets) that prove useful. If you have a presentation or product that you would like to include, please email us at web@www.ranavirus.org.

 

2014

  1. Gray, M. J., P. N. Reilly, R. Brenes, J. C. Chaney, R. P. Wilkes, R. D. Hill and D. L. Miller. 2014 From superspreading to amplification hosts: amphibian community composition affects ranaviral disease outcomes. International Conference of The Wildlife Society, Pittsburgh, PA.
  2. Reilly, P. N., M. J. Gray, J. C. Chaney, R. P. Wilkes, R. D. Hill and D. L. Miller. 2014. Assessing the risk of pathogen pollution: a preliminary test of co-evolution between ranavirus and wood frogs. Annual Meeting of the Association of Reptilian and Amphibian Veterinarians, Orlando, FL.
  3. Gray, M. J. 2014. Species extinctions in Mississippi: the threat of ranaviruses. Mississippi State University, College of Forest Resources, Starkville, MS (invited).
  4. Miller, D. L., and M. J. Gray. 2014. A pathogen lurking in the darkness: global emergence of ranavirus in ectothermic vertebrates. University of Georgia, College of Veterinary Medicine, Athens, GA (invited).
  5. Miller, D. L., and M. J. Gray. 2014 Comparative pathology of ranaviruses across classes. International Conference of the Wildlife Disease Association, Albuquerque, NM.
  6. Chaney, J. C., P. N. Reilly, D. L. Miller, R. P. Wilkes, R. D. Hill and M. J. Gray. 2014. Wood frogs may function as superspreaders of ranavirus. Joint Meeting of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists, Chattanooga, TN.
  7. Chaney, J. C., M. J. Gray, R. D. Hill, J. Earl, and D. L. Miller. 2014. Ranavirus is lethal to boreal toad tadpoles and metamorphs.   Comparative and Experimental Medicine and Public Health Research Symposium, Knoxville, TN.
  8. Gray, M. J. 2014. Chaos for ecotherms: the emergence of ranavirus from China to America. International Symposium on Ecological Risk Management and Control Technology, Harbin, China (invited).
  9. Gray, M. J. 2014. Ranavirus: an emerging pathogen in amphibian, fish and reptile populations in Tennessee and beyond. Annual Meeting of The Tennessee Chapter of The Wildlife Society, Pikeville, TN (invited).
  10. Brenes, R., M. J. Gray, D. L. Miller, R.P. Wilkes, and T.B. Waltzek. 2014. Transmission of ranavirus between ectothermic vertebrate hosts. Annual Meeting of the Southeast Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation. Jamestown, KY.
  11. Gray, M. J., J. L. Brunner, A. L. J. Duffus, and T. B. Waltzek. 2014. Global Ranavirus Consortium: Advancing science through collaboration. Annual Meeting of the Southeast Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation. Jamestown, KY.
  12. Duffus, A.L.J., L.A. West, M.K. Hines, W.V. Sutton, D.L. Miller, and M.J. Gray. 2014. Ranavirus and ranaviral disease in salamander species in the southeastern USA. Annual Meeting of the Southeast Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation. Jamestown, KY.
  13. Gray, M. J. 2014. Ranaviruses: cry wolf or real threat. University of Florida, College of Veterinary Medicine, Gainesville, FL (invited). Video.
  14. Gray, M. J. 2014. Ecology of ranaviruses: a state of understanding. University of Florida, College of Veterinary Medicine, Gainesville, FL (invited). iTune Recording.