Krisztian Magori (@BiteOfAMosquito) summarizes a recently published paper in Parasites & Vectors on how sarcoptic mange mites effect the skin microbiome of… Read more »
Latest posts by Krisztian Magori (see all)
- Mangy Mites Mess up the Mammalian Microbiome - 29th November 2019
- Big step towards predicting West Nile virus transmission risk by combining citizen science and phylogenetic imputation - 20th September 2019
- Pivotal moment in the Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo - 26th July 2019
Big step towards predicting West Nile virus transmission risk by combining citizen science and phylogenetic imputation
Krisztian Magori reviews a recent paper by Kain and Bolker on using citizen-science derived bird community data and phylogenetic imputation to overcome the… Read more »
In this week's post, Krisztian Magori summarizes the situation in the ongoing Ebola epidemic in the Democratic Republic of Congo, in light of recent… Read more »
Krisztian Magori reminds us of the fun and messiness of science through the challenges and unexpected discoveries his students made in his Disease Ecology… Read more »
Krisztian Magori (@BiteOfAMosquito) discusses the newest innovation in arbovirus surveillance, using mosquito excreta to test for mosquito-borne pathogens.
Krisztian Magori highlight the benefits of publishing preprints in biology through a recent review and his personal experience.
Krisztian Magori provides an update on the geographical distribution of the Asian longhorned tick (Haemaphysalis longicornis) in the United States, and his… Read more »
Krisztian Magori reviews the recently published report by the UCL-Lancet Commission on Migration and Health, with particular emphasis on dispelling myths and… Read more »
Krisztian Magori summarizes recent research published on the genetic structure of Guinea worms collected from humans and non-human hosts in endemic countries.
Krisztian Magori summarizes the recent media coverage of large swarms of mosquitoes in the Carolinas following flooding post-Hurricane Florence.