B.S. Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of Colorado at Boulder, 2014
I study how the interaction of multiple pathogens in a host (coinfection) alters the host's mortality, morbidity, pathogen load, and immune response. I use amphibians as a host and pathogens known to cause amphibian decline worldwide, including the chytrid fungus, ranavirus, parasitic nematodes, and trematodes.
Cohen, J., McMahon, T., Ramsay, C., Roznik, E., Sauer, E., Bessler, S., Civitello, D., Delius, B., Halstead, N., Knutie, S., Nguyen, K., Ortega, N., Sears, B., Venesky, M., Young, S., Rohr, J. R. 2019. Impacts of thermal mismatches on disease prevalence are moderated by life stage, body size, elevation and latitude. Ecology Letters.
Ramsay, C., Rohr, J.R. submitted. The application of community ecology theory to co-infections in wildlife hosts. The American Naturalist
Kernbach, M.*, Ramsay, C*, Rohr, J.R., Martin, L.B. 2018. Eco-immunology: past, present and future. Encyclopedia of Ecology
How the Order of Infection Impacts Disease Progression in Amphibians. C. Ramsay and J.R. Rohr. : Presented at the Southeastern Ecology and Evolution Conference (SEEC) and the Society for Comparative and Integrative Biology (SICB) conference (October 2018 and January 2019)
Identity and density of parasite exposures alters the outcome of co-infections in amphibians. C. Ramsay and J. R. Rohr. : Presented at the Ecological Society of America (ESA) conference (August 2019)