Elizabeth VanWormer

Elizabeth VanWormer

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Title One Health Coordinator
Address 406 Hardin Hall
3310 Holdrege Street
Lincoln NE
68583-0974
Phone 402-472-8483
FAX 402-472-2946
E-mail liz.vanwormer@unl.edu

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Selected Publications

VanWormer, E., Carpernter, T., Singh, P., Shapiro, K., Wallender, W., Conrad, P., Largier, J., Mazet, J. 2016. Coastal development and precipitation drive pathogen flow from land to sea: evidence from a Toxoplasma gondii and felid host system. Scientific Reports, 6:e29252.
Shapiro, K., VanWormer, E., Aguilar, B., Conrad, P. A. 2015. Surveillance for Toxoplasma gondii in California mussels (Mytilus californianus) reveals transmission of atypical genotypes from land to sea. Environmental microbiology. 17(11): 4177-4188.

SNR Mission Area(s)

  • Applied Ecology

Affiliations (index)

Currently this page only displays grants that were awarded on 1/1/2009 to the present. If a grant was awarded prior to 1/1/2009 and is still active, it will not be displayed on this page.

Grant Title Evaluating Zoonotic Viral Sharing among Bats, Primates, and People at a High Risk Transmission Interface in Southern Tanzania (Additional Funding)
Starting Date 12/21/2016
Principal Investigators
Elizabeth VanWormer
Ending Date 7/31/2017
Funding Level $51,901.00
Funding Source University of California-Davis

 
Grant Title Evaluating Zoonotic Viral Sharing among Bats, Primates, and People at a High Risk Transmission Interface in Southern Tanzania
Starting Date 4/1/2016
Principal Investigators
Elizabeth VanWormer
Ending Date 9/30/2016
Funding Level $36,566.00
Funding Source University of California-Davis

 
Grant Title Viral Sharing in Tanzania
Starting Date 11/1/2015
Principal Investigators
Elizabeth VanWormer
Ending Date 3/31/2016
Funding Level $30,472.00
Funding Source University of California-Davis

 

Undergraduate Majors Bachelor of Science in
  • Fisheries & Wildlife
Graduate Program(s)

Master of Science in Natural Resource Sciences