Publications

  1. Peterson JK, Bazuka J, Standley CJ. (2021). One Health and Neglected Tropical Diseases – Multisectoral solutions to endemic challenges. Trop. Med. Inf. Dis.: 6(1): 4. https://doi.org/10.3390/tropicalmed6010004.
  2. Billig Rose E, Roy JA, Castillo-Neyra R, Ross ME, Condori-Pino C, Peterson JK, Naquira-Velarde C, Levy MZ. (2021). A real-time search strategy for finding urban disease vector infestations. Accepted: Epidemiologic Methods. Biorxiv doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/2020.01.20.911974.
  3. Arevalo-Nieto C, Sheen J, Condori-Luna GF, Shinnick J, Peterson JK, Castillo-Neyra R, Levy MZ.   (2021). Incentivizing Multiple Objectives in Evidence-based, Active Surveillance for Urban    Disease Vectors. Submitted: eLife. MedRxiv doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/2021.01.21.21250245
  4. Hutton RL*, Triana O, Peterson JK. (2021). Disease vector knowledge and healthcare seeking behavior in an endemic urban landscape. In prep. Target journal: Parasites and vectors.
  5. Peterson JK, Dobson AP, Triana O, Graham AL. (2021). Infection event characteristics that influence Rhodnius prolixus survival. In prep.
  6. Varian CP, Saldaña A, Calzada JE, Abad-Franch F, Kieran TJ, Padukone A, Peterson JK, Gottdenker     NL. (2021). Impacts of food web and microenvironment on abundance and infection of a Chagas disease vector. In prep. Target journal: J. Med Entomol.
  7. Hylton A, Fitzpatrick D, Suepaul R, Dobson AP, Charles RA, Peterson JK. (2020). Preliminary Characterization of Triatomine Bug Blood Meals on the Island of Trinidad Reveals Opportunistic Feeding Behavior on Both Human and Animal Hosts. Trop Med Inf Dis: 5(4), 166. https://doi.org/10.3390/tropicalmed5040166. Open access PDF & Full text.
  8. Peterson JK, Hashimoto K, Yoshioka K, Dorn P, Gottdenker N, Caranci A, Stevens L, Zúniga C, Saldaña A, Rodriguez S, Monroy C. (2019). Chagas disease in Central America: Recent findings and current challenges in vector ecology and control. Curr Trop Med Rep: https://doi.org/10.1007/s40475-019-00175-0. Link
  9. Peterson, JK, Yoshioka, K, Hashimoto K, Caranci A, Gottdenker N,  Dorn P, Monroy  C, Rodriguez S,  Stanley, Saldaña A, Zuniga  C. (2019). Epidemiology of Chagas disease in Central America: An Update. Curr Trop Med Rep: https://doi.org/10.1007/s40475-019-00176-z. Link.
  10. Gutfraind A*, Peterson JK*, Billig Rose E, Arevalo-Nieto C, Sheen J, Condori-Luna GF, Tankasala N, Castillo-Neyra R,  Condori-Pino C, Anand P, Naquira-Velarde C, Levy MZ. (2018). Integrating evidence, models and maps to enhance Chagas disease vector surveillance. PLoS Negl Trop Dis: 12(11): e0006883. https://doi.org/ 10.1371/journal.pntd.0006883.*Both authors contributed equally to this work. PDF
  11. Cucunubá ZM, Nouvellet P, Peterson JK, Bartsch SM, Lee BY, Dobson AP, Basañez MG. (2018). Complementary Paths to Chagas Disease Elimination: The Impact of Combining Vector Control with Aetiological Treatment. Clin Infect Dis: 66(suppl_4): S293–S300, https://doi.org/10.1093/cid/ciy006. PDF
  12. Peterson JK*, Salazar R*,Castillo-Neyra R, Borrini K, Condori C, Bartow-McKenney C,  Tracy D, Naquira C,  Levy, MZ. (2018). Trypanosoma cruzi infection does not decrease survival or reproduction of the common bed bug, Cimex lectularius. Am J Trop Med Hyg: Mar; 98(3): 724-734. doi: 10.4269/ajtmh.17-0593. Epub 2018 Jan 18. *Both authors contributed equally to this work. Link
  13. Bartsch SM, Peterson JK, Hertenstein DL, Skrip L, Ndeffo-Mbah M, Galvani A, Dobson AP, Lee BY. (2017). Comparison and validation of two computational models of Chagas disease: a thirty year perspective from Venezuela. Epidemics: March 18:81-91.   http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.epidem.2017.02.004. PDF
  14. Peterson JK, Graham AL. (2016). What is the “true” effect of Trypanosoma rangeli on its triatomine bug vector? J. Vector Ecol: 41(1):27-33. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/jvec.12190. PDF 
  15. Peterson JK, Graham AL, Dobson AP, Triana O. (2016). Trypanosoma cruzi -Trypanosoma rangeli co-infection ameliorates negative effects of single trypanosome infections in experimentally infected Rhodnius prolixus. Parasitology: Aug; 143(9): 1157-67. Epub 2016 May 13. DOI: 10.1017/S0031182016000615. Full Text
  16. Gottdenker NL, Chávez LF, Calzada JE, Peterson JK, Santamaría A, Pineda V, Saldaña A. (2016). Trypanosoma cruzi and Trypanosoma rangeli co-infection patterns in insect vectors vary across habitat types in a fragmented forest landscape. Parasitology Open: 2. doi: 10.1017/pao.2016.9. PDF
  17. Peterson JK, Bartsch SM, Lee YM, Dobson AP. (2015). Broad patterns in domestic vector-borne Trypanosoma cruzi transmission dynamics: synanthropic animals and vector control. PARASITE VECTOR: 8:537. doi:10.1186/s13071-015-1146-1. PDF
  18. Peterson JK, Graham AL, Dobson AP, Triana O. (2015). Rhodnius prolixus life history outcomes differ when infected with different Trypanosoma cruzi I strains. Am J Trop Med Hyg. Sep 2;93(3):564-72. doi: 10.4269/ajtmh.15-0218. Epub 2015 Jun 15. Link
  19.  T. Déirdre Hollingsworth, Emily R. Adams, Roy M. Anderson, [and 43 others, including Jennifer K. Peterson]. (2015). Quantitative analyses and modelling to support achivement of the 2020 goals for nine neglected tropical diseases. PARASITE VECTOR: 8:630. doi:10.1186/s13071-015-1235-1. PDF
  20. Castro LA*, Peterson JK*, Saldaña A, Peirrera MY, Calzada JE, Pineda V, Dobson AP, Gottdenker NL. (2014). Use of a tethered flight mill to measure flight behavior and performance of Rhodnius pallescens. J. Med Entomol 51(5): 1010-1018. *Both authors contributed equally to this work. Link
  21. Echeverry-Galvis MA, Peterson JK, Sulo R. (2014).  The Social Nestwork: Tree Structure Determines Nest Placement in Kenyan Weaver Bird Colonies. PLoS ONE 9(2): e88761. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0088761. PDF
  22. Dias IMG, Amato G, Cunha HM, DeSalle R, Paglia AP, Peterson JK, Fonseca CG. (2009). Isolation, characterization and cross-species amplification of new microsatellite markers for three opossum species of the Didelphidae family. ConservGenetResour1,1: 405-410. doi:10.1007/s12686-009-9094-8. Link