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Emily Selland, B.S.
Ph.D Student


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B.S.  Animal Science, Cornell University, 2019


My research interests lie at the intersection of sustainable agriculture and disease ecology; namely, how human disease can be mitigated by improving human interactions with animals and the environment. I am investigating how agricultural landscapes and energy resource uses affect schistosomiasis transmission dynamics and aquatic biodiversity.


Irene Rojas-Núñez, Adriana Morales Gomez, Emily K. Selland, Theresa Oduol, Stephanie Wolf, Scott Palmer, Hussni Mohammed. Levels of serum Phosphorylated Neurofilament Heavy subunit in clinically healthy Standardbred horses. Journal of Equine Veterinary Science. March 2022.


Kelsey L. Adams, Daniel G. Abernathy, Bailey C. Willett, Emily K. Selland, Maurice A. Itoe, Flaminia Catteruccia. Wolbachia cifB induces cytoplasmic incompatibility in the malaria mosquito vector. Nature Microbiology. November 2021.

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