Publications

2020

Effect of life stage and pesticide exposure on the gut microbiota of Aedes albopictus and Culex pipiens L. E.O. Juma, B.F. Allan, CH Kim, C.M. Stone, C Dunlap & E.J. Muturi. Scientific Reports 10: 9489

Heartland Virus in Humans and Ticks, Illinois, USA, 2018–2019. Tuten, H.C., Burkhalter, K.L., Noel, K.R., Hernandez, E.J., Yates, S., Wojnowski, K., Hartleb, J., Debosik, S., Holmes, A. and Stone, C.M. Emerging Infectious Diseases 26 (7), 1548-1552

Spatial, Temporal, and Genetic Invasion Dynamics of Aedes albopictus (Diptera: Culicidae) in Illinois. CM Stone, Z Zuo, B Li, M Ruiz, J Swanson, J Hunt, CH Kim, RL Smith. Journal of Medical Entomology 57:1488–1500, https://doi.org/10.1093/jme/tjaa047

A generic arboviral model framework for exploring trade-offs between vector control and environmental concerns. GP Suarez, O Udiani, BF Allan, C Price, SJ Ryan, E Lofgren, A Coman, CM Stone, LK Gallos, NH Fefferman. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 110161

Documentation of the Expansion of the Gulf Coast Tick (Amblyomma maculatum) and Rickettsia parkeri: First Report in Illinois. VC Phillips, EA Zieman, CH Kim, CM Stone, HC Tuten, FA Jiménez. Journal of Parasitology 106 (1), 9-13

2019

Impact of Unexplored Data Sources on the Historical Distribution of Three Vector Tick Species in Illinois. B Gilliam, P Gronemeyer, S Chakraborty, F Winata, LA Lyons, C Miller-Hunt, HC Tuten, S Debosik, D Freeman, M O’Hara-Ruiz, N Mateus-Pinilla. Journal of Medical Entomology (2019).

Contrasting the value of targeted versus area-wide mosquito control scenarios to limit arbovirus transmission with human mobility patterns based on different tropical urban population centers. CM Stone, SR Schwab, DM Fonseca, NH Fefferman. PLoS neglected tropical diseases 13 (7)

(Meta) population dynamics determine effective spatial distributions of mosquito‐borne disease control. SR Schwab, CM Stone, DM Fonseca, NH Fefferman. Ecological Applications 29 (3), e01856

2018

The relationship between size and longevity of the malaria vector Anopheles gambiae (s.s.) depends on the larval environment. AMG Barreaux, CM Stone, P Barreaux & JC Koella. Parasites & Vectors 11: 485

Evolution of host preference in  anthropophilic mosquitoes. CM Stone & K Gross. Malaria Journal 17:257 

Would the control of invasive alien plants reduce malaria transmission? A review. CM Stone, ABR Witt, G Cabrera Walsh, WA Foster & ST Murphy. Parasites & Vectors 11: 76. [pdf]

2017

The importance of being urgent: the impact of surveillance target and scale on mosquito-borne disease control. Schwab, S.R., Stone, C.M., Fonseca, D.M. and Fefferman, N.H., 2018. Epidemics23, pp.55-63.

How much will it cost to eradicate lymphatic filariasis? An analysis of the financial and economic costs of intensified efforts against lymphatic filariasis. RJ Kastner, E Sicuri, CM Stone, G Matwale, A Onapa & F Tediosi. PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases,11: e0005934.

Human movement, cooperation, and the effectiveness of coordinated vector control strategies. CM Stone, SR Schwab, DM Fonseca & NH Fefferman. Journal of the Royal Society Interface 14: 20170336. [pdf]

Alteration of plant-species assemblages can decrease the transmission potential of malaria mosquitoes. B Ebrahimi, BT Jackson, JL Guseman, CM Przybylowicz, CM Stone & WA Foster. Journal of Applied Ecology, 2017;1:11. [pdf]

Seeing beyond 2020: An economic evaluation of contemporary and emerging strategies for Trypanosoma brucei gambiense elimination. CS Sutherland, CM Stone, P Steinmann, M Tanner & F Tediosi. The Lancet Global Health 5: e69-e79. [pdf]

2016 

Lessons learned from developing an eradication investment case for lymphatic filariasis. RJ Kastner, CM Stone, P Steinmann, M Tanner & F Tediosi. Advances in Parasitology 94: 393-417.

Effects of pyriproxifen on Aedes japonicus development and its auto-dissemination by gravid females in laboratory trials. HC Tuten, P Moosmann, A Mathis, F Schaffner. Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association 32 (1), 55-58

Modelling the health impact and cost-effectiveness of lymphatic filariasis eradication under varying levels of mass drug administration scale-up and geographic coverage. CM Stone, RJ Kastner, P Steinmann, N Chitnis, M Tanner & F Tediosi. BMJ Global Health 1: e000021.

Host preferences in host‐seeking and blood‐fed mosquitoes in Switzerland. AC Schönenberger, S Wagner, HC Tuten, F Schaffner, P Torgerson, S Furrer, A Mathis, C Silaghi. Medical and Veterinary Entomology 30 (1), 39-52

Environmental influences on mosquito foraging and integrated vector management can delay the evolution of behavioral resistance. CM Stone, N Chitnis & K Gross.  Evolutionary Applications 9: 502-517.

2015

Identification of phlebotomine sand flies using one MALDI-TOF MS reference database and two mass spectrometer systems. Mathis, A., Depaquit, J., Dvořák, V., Tuten, H., Bañuls, A.L., Halada, P., Zapata, S., Lehrter, V., Hlavačková, K., Prudhomme, J. and Volf, P., 2015. Parasites & vectors8(1), p.266.

What is needed to eradicate lymphatic filariasis? A model-based assessment on the impact of scaling up mass drug administration programs.  RJ Kastner, CM Stone, P Steinmann, M Tanner & F Tediosi. PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases 9: e0004147.

Implications of heterogeneous biting exposure and animal hosts on Trypanosomiasis brucei gambiense transmission and control. CM Stone & N Chitnis. PLoS Computational Biology 11: e1004514.

Modelling lymphatic filariasis transmission and control: modelling frameworks, lessons learned and future directions. W Stolk, C Stone, S de Vlas. Advances in Parasitology 87: 249-292.

Mathematical models of human African trypanosomiasis epidemiology. KS Rock, CM Stone, IM Hastings, MJ Keeling, SJ Torr & N Chitnis. Advances in Parasitology 87: 53-134.

Contemporary and emerging strategies for eliminating human African trypanosomiasis due to Trypanosoma brucei gambiense: review. P Steinmann, CM Stone, CS Sutherland, M Tanner & F Tediosi. Tropical Medicine & International Health 20: 707-718.

2014

How effective is integrated vector management against malaria and lymphatic filariasis where the diseases are transmitted by the same vector? CM Stone, SW Lindsay & N Chitnis. PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases 8: e3393.

A low-cost mesocosm for the study of behaviour and reproductive potential of Afrotropical mosquito (Diptera: Culicidae) vectors of malaria. BT Jackson, CM Stone, B Ebrahimi, OJT Briët & WA Foster.   Medical & Veterinary Entomology 29: 104-109.

2013

Presence of Bartonella and Rickettsia spp. in cat fleas and brown dog ticks collected from dogs in American Samoa. HC Tuten, MN Glowacki, C Hefley, WK Reeves. Journal of Asia-Pacific Entomology 16 (4), 461-463

Transient population dynamics of mosquitoes during sterile male releases: modelling mating behavior and perturbations of life history parameters. CM Stone. PLoS ONE 8: e76228

Swarming behavior of Aedes polynesiensis (Diptera: Culicidae) and characterization of swarm markers in American Samoa. HC Tuten, CM Stone & SL Dobson. Journal of Medical Entomology 50: 740-747.

Determinants of male Aedes aegypti and Aedes polynesiensis (Diptera: Culicidae) response to sound: efficacy and considerations for use of sound traps in the field. CM Stone, HC Tuten & SL Dobson. Journal of Medical Entomology 50: 723-730.

Popular science journalism: Facilitating learning through peer review and communication of science news. H Tuten, L Temesvari. Journal of College Science Teaching 42 (4), 46-49

Plant-sugar feeding and vectorial capacity. CM Stone & WA Foster. In: W Takken & CJM Koenraadt (Eds), Ecology and Control of Vector-borne Diseases, Vol. 3: Ecology of parasite-vector interactions. Wageningen, Wageningen Academic Publishers.

2012

Effects of plant-community composition on the vectorial capacity and fitness of the malaria mosquito Anopheles gambiae. CM Stone, BT Jackson & WA Foster.  American Journal of Tropical Medicine & Hygiene 87: 727-736.

Effects of bed net use, female size, and plant abundance on the first meal choice (blood vs sugar) of the malaria mosquito Anopheles gambiae. CM Stone, BT Jackson & WA Foster. Malaria Journal 11:3.

Blood‐feeding ecology of mosquitoes in zoos. HC Tuten, WC Bridges, KS Paul, PH Adler. Medical and Veterinary Entomology 26 (4), 407-416

Comparative morphology of the pyloric armature of adult mosquitoes (Diptera: Culicidae). HC Tuten, WC Bridges Jr, PH Adler. Arthropod Structure & Development 41 (5), 475-481

2011

A survival and reproduction trade-off is resolved in accordance with resource availability by virgin female mosquitoes. CM Stone, IM Hamilton & WA Foster. Animal Behaviour 81: 765-774.

Cuterebrid myiasis (Diptera: Oestridae) in captive ring-tailed lemurs (Lemur catta) at a South Carolina zoo. HC Tuten, HC Miller, AE Ellis. Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine 42 (3), 504-507

Habitat characteristics of larval mosquitoes in zoos of South Carolina, USA. HC Tuten. Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association 27 (2), 111-119

Arthropods of medicoveterinary importance in zoos. PH Adler, HC Tuten, MP Nelder. Annual Review of Entomology 56, 123-142

2009

An effective indoor mesocosm for studying populations of Anopheles gambiae in temperate climates. CM Stone, RM Taylor & WA Foster. Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association 25: 514-516.

Sugar deprivation reduces insemination of Anopheles gambiae (Diptera: Culicidae), despite daily recruitment of adults, and predicts decline in model populations. CM Stone, RM Taylor, BD Roitberg & WA Foster. Journal of Medical Entomology 46: 1327-1337.