Khatchikian C, M Prusinski, M Stone, B Backenson, I-N Wang, E Foley, SN Seifert, MZ Levy, & D Brisson
Recent and rapid population growth and range expansion of blacklegged ticks in North America.
Evolution. 2015. 69 (7): 1678-1689
SN Seifert, CE Katchikian, W Zhou, & D Brisson
Evolution and population genomics of the Lyme borreliosis pathogen, Borrelia burgdorferi.
Trends in Genetics. 2015. 31 (4): 201-207
Warren DL, AN Wright, SN Seifert, HB Shaffer
Incorporating model complexity and spatial sampling bias into ecological niche models of climate change risks faced by 90 California vertebrate species of concern.
Diversity and Distributions. 2014. 20 (3): 334-343
Carrington LB, SN Seifert, MV Armijos, L Lambrechts, and TW Scott
Reduction of Aedes aegypti vector competence for dengue virus under large temperature fluctuations.
American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. 2013. 88 (4): 689-697
Carrington LB, SN Seifert, NH Willits, L Lambrechts, and TW Scott
Large diurnal temperature fluctuations negatively influence Aedes aegypti (Diptera: Culicidae) life history traits.
Journal of Medical Entomology. 2013. 50 (1):43-51
Fryxell RTT, SN Seifert, Y Lee, A Sacko, GC Lanzaro, and AJ Cornel
The kdr mutation and knockdown time in Anopheles gambiae collected from Mali evaluated through a bottle bioassay and a novel insecticide-treated net bioassay.
J. of the American Mosquito Control Association. 2012. 28 (2): 119-122
Lee Y, SN Seifert, CS Nieman, RD McAbee, P Goodell, RT Fryxell, GC Lanzaro, and AJ Cornel
High degree of single nucleotide polymorphisms in California Culex pipiens (Diptera: Culicidae) sensu lato.
J. of Medical Entomology. 2012. 49(2): 299-306
Lee Y, SN Seifert, CM Fornadel, DE Norris, and GC Lanzaro
Single nucleotide polymorphisms for high-throughput genotyping of Anopheles arabiensis in East and Southern Africa.
J. of Medical Entomology. 2012. 49(2): 307-315
Warren, D, and SN Seifert.
Environmental niche modeling in Maxent: the importance of model complexity and the performance of model selection criteria.
Ecological Applications. 2011. 21: 335-342.
Important hosts of the immature stages of Amblyomma ticks in San Luis Abajo, Costa Rica.
Proc. of the Monteverde Institute 2009 Student Symposium