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Lee Cohnstaedt
Arthropod-Borne Animal Diseases Research
Research Entomologist

Phone: (785) 537-5592
Fax: (785) 537-5560

CGAHR
1515 COLLEGE AVE
MANHATTAN, KS, 66502

Projects
INTEGRATED APPROACHES FOR PROTECTION OF ANIMALS FROM VECTOR-BORNE PATHOGENS
Appropriated (D)
  Accession Number: 418490
COUNTERMEASURES TO PREVENT, MITIGATE, AND CONTROL RIFT VALLEY FEVER (RVF)
Appropriated (D)
  Accession Number: 423157
BLUETONGUE VIRUS PATHOGENESIS, EPIDEMIOLOGY, AND CONTROL MEASURES
Appropriated (D)
  Accession Number: 423208
Predictive Biology of Emerging Vector-Borne Viral Diseases
Appropriated (D)
  Accession Number: 426512
POPULATION GENETICS OF NORTH AMERICAN RIFT VALLEY FEVER DISEASE VECTORS
Specific Cooperative Agreement (S)
  Accession Number: 421883
MOLECULAR CHARACTERIZATION OF FACTORS AFFECTING COMPETENCE OF INSECTS FOR VIRUS INFECTION AND TRANSMISSION
Specific Cooperative Agreement (S)
  Accession Number: 421945
EVALUATION OF NEW MOLECULAR TARGETS TO CONTROL ARBOVIRUS TRANSMISSION
Specific Cooperative Agreement (S)
  Accession Number: 422098
NETWORK BASED MODELING OF ARTHROPODS, HUMANS, AND ANIMALS TO BETTER UNDERSTAND VECTOR-BORNE DISEASE TRANSMISSION
Specific Cooperative Agreement (S)
  Accession Number: 422128
FACTORS AFFECTING HEMATOPHAGOUS ARTHROPOD ATTRACTION TO INFECTED AND UNINFECTED ANIMALS
Specific Cooperative Agreement (S)
  Accession Number: 422130
VECTOR COMPETENCE OF NORTH AMERICAN RIFT VALLEY FEVER DISEASE VECTORS
Specific Cooperative Agreement (S)
  Accession Number: 422131
CULICOIDES CONTROL PROJECT
Trust (T)
  Accession Number: 422289

Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
A hierarchical network approach for modeling Rift Valley fever epidemics with applications in North America Reprint Icon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Xue, L., Cohnstaedt, L.W., Scott, M.H., Scoglio, C. 2013. A hierarchical network approach for modeling Rift Valley fever epidemics with applications in North America. PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases. 8(5): e62049.
Molecular entomology: analyzing tiny molecules to answer big questions about disease vectors and their biology - (Abstract Only) - (09-Jun-12)
Trapping of Rift Valley Fever (RVF) vectors using Light Emitting Diode (LED) CDC traps in two arboviral disease hot spots in Kenya Reprint Icon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Tchouassi, D.P., Sang, R., Sole, C., Bastos, A.D., Cohnstaedt, L.W., Baldwyn, T. 2012. Trapping of Rift Valley Fever (RVF) vectors using Light Emitting Diode (LED) CDC traps in two arboviral disease hot spots in Kenya. Parasites & Vectors. 5:94.
A network-based meta-population approach to model Rift Valley fever epidemics Reprint Icon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Xue, L., Scott, M.H., Cohnstaedt, L.W., Scoglio, C. 2012. A network-based meta-population approach to model Rift Valley fever epidemics. Journal of Theoretical Biology. 306:129-144.
Arthropod surveillance programs: Basic components, strategies, and analysis Reprint Icon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Cohnstaedt, L.W., Rochon, K., Duehl, A.J., Anderson, J., Barrera, R., Su, N., Gerry, A., Obenauer, P., Campbell, J.F., Lysyk, T., Allan, S.A. 2012. Arthropod surveillance programs: Basic components, strategies, and analysis. Annals of the Entomological Society of America. 105:135-149.
Natural carbon dioxide generation for the attraction of blood feeding arthropods Reprint Icon - (Abstract Only)
Yarnell, W.E., Nayduch, D., Schacht, M., Cohnstaedt, L.W. 2011. Natural carbon dioxide generation for the attraction of blood feeding arthropods. Meeting Abstract. 59477.
Effects of sublethal pyrethroid exposure on host-seeking behavior of female mosquitoes - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Cohnstaedt, L.W., Allan, S.A. 2011. Effects of sublethal pyrethroid exposure on host-seeking behavior of female mosquitoes. Journal of Medical Entomology. 36(2):1-9.
Neurological and behavioral response of Musca Domestica L. to colored visual targets - (Peer Reviewed Journal) - (29-Apr-11)
Changes in host orientation behavior of female mosquitoes treated with a sublethal pyrethroid exposure - (Abstract Only) - (15-Dec-10)
Do I stay or do I go? Predicting mosquito behavior in the presence of repellents, insecticides, and attractants - (Abstract Only) - (28-Mar-10)
Predicting mosquito behavior in the presence of repellents, insecticides, and attractants - (Abstract Only) - (24-Mar-10)
The sublethal affects of pyrethroid exposure on female mosquito behavior and sand fly behavior in the presence of spatial repellents. - (Abstract Only) - (13-Feb-10)
Changes in host orientation behavior of female mosquitoes treated with a sublethal pyrethroid exposure and sand fly behavior in the presence of novel compounds. - (Abstract Only) - (03-Dec-09)
Changes in host orientation behavior of female mosquitoes treated with a sublethal pyrethroid exposure - (Abstract Only) - (07-Aug-09)
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