Presentations

Conference presentations

  1. Ejotre I, DM Reeder, K Matuschewski, J Schaer. Prevalence and parasitemia of Hepatocystis parasites infecting fruit bats in Uganda. International Online Conference on Blood Parasites of Wildlife, September 2020.
  2. van Schaik J., SP Rosskopf, K Matuschewski, J Schaer. Bats, flies and haemosporidians: co-phylogeography of a host, a parasite and a pathogen. German Bat Research Meeting. Frauenchiemsee, Germany, 2020.
  3. Schaer J. The diversity of bat malaria parasites – an overview. Fledermauskundliche Tagung. Mansfeld, Germany, 2019.
  4. Schaer J, I Ejotre, M Power, DM Reeder, K Matuschewski. Hepatocystis parasites – closest relative of mammalian Plasmodium, but differing life cycle. 14th Malaria Meeting. Hamburg, Germany, 2019.
  5. Schaer J, W Boardman, K Matuschewski, M Power. Phylogenetic analysis of Hepatocystis parasites of the four mainland Australian flying fox species. 18th International Bat Research Conference (IBRC). Phuket, Thailand, 2019.
  6. Schaer J, SP Rosskopf, K Matuschewski, J van Schaik. Molecular investigation of Polychromophilus infection in the bat-fly Basilia nana from Myotis bechsteinii bats across Europe. 18th International Bat Research Conference (IBRC). Phuket, Thailand, 2019.
  7. Reeder DM, JS Simpson, J Field, I Ejotre, J SchaerLife history variation in immune and metabolic gene expression in free-ranging little epauletted fruit bats. 18th International Bat Research Conference (IBRC). Phuket, Thailand, 2019.
  8. Simpson J, DM Reeder, K Field, I Ejotre, J SchaerHepatocystis malarial infection and antiviral immune gene expression in African fruit bats – important zoonotic reservoirs. 68th Annual International Conference of the Wildlife Disease Association, California, USA, 2019.
  9. Schaer J, AN Gordon, L McMichael, D Russel, SL Perkins, K Matuschewski, H Field, M Power. Phylogenetic relationships of haemosporidian parasites of Australian flying foxes. Australian Society for Parasitology annual conference, St Kilda, Melbourne, Australia, 2018.
  10. Schaer J, AN Gordon, L McMichael, D Russel, SL Perkins, K Matuschewski, C Smith, H Field, M Power. Phylogenetic relationships of haemosporidian parasites of Australian flying foxes. 18th Australasian Bat Society Conference, Forum & AGM, Richmond, NSW, Australia, 2018.
  11. Klose SP, J Held, M Gmeiner, B Mordmüller, PB Matsiegui, I Eckerle, N Weber, K Matuschewski, J Schaer. Survey of haemosporidian parasites in bats in Ngounie Province, Gabon. DGP-Meeting, Berlin, Germany, 2018.
  12. Klose SP, K Matuschewski, F Mayer, N Weber, J Decher, I Ejotre, DM Reeder, J Schaer. Molecular phylogeny of African epauletted fruit bats. TDFF – Treffen der Deutschen Fledermausforscher. Heidesee, Germany, 2018.
  13. Almarri M, K Matuschewski, J Schaer, TD Otto. Draft genome of bat malaria parasite reveals host switch and adaptation. BioMalPar XIII: Biology and Pathology of the Malaria Parasite. Heidelberg, Germany, 2017.
  14. Schaer J, TD Otto, SL Perkins, N Weber, K Matuschewski. Plasmodium cyclopsi, a parasite species of bats. Annual Molecular Parasitology Meeting (MPM). Woods Hole, USA, 2016.
  15. Schaer J, SL Perkins, K Matuschewski, Reeder DM. African bat malaria parasites – from host specificity to broad host range. 17th International Bat Research Conference (IBRC). Durban, South Africa, 2016.
  16. Schaer J, Reeder DM, I Ejotre, SL Perkins, K Matuschewski. Hepatocystis, a derived parasite genus from mammalian Plasmodium (Haemosporida) – data from infections in African fruit bats. DGP-Meeting, Goettingen, Germany, 2016.
  17. Schaer J, ME Vodzak, I Ejotre, L Kurpiers, F Mayer, SL Perkins, K Matuschewski, DM Reeder. Hepatocystis of African Fruit Bats – Evidence for Continuous and Efficient Transmission Cycles. 45th Monterey, CA, USA, 2015.
  18. Reeder DM, I Ejotre, L Kurpiers, J Schaer, K Field. Gaps in our Understanding of African Bat Ecophysiology – Lessons from South Sudan. 45th Monterey, CA, USA, 2015.
  19. Ejotre I, L Kurpiers, J Schaer, M Swartz, K DeRuff, K Field, DM Reeder. Health and Immunity Differ by Sex and Reproductive Class in the Little Epauletted Fruit Bat. 45th Monterey, CA, USA, 2015.
  20. Schaer J, DM Reeder, ME Vodzak, KJ Olival, N Weber, F Mayer, K Matuschewski, SL Perkins. 2014. Nycteria parasite coevolution with African rhinolophid and nycterid bats. 12th African Small Mammal Symposium. Mantasoa, Madagascar, 2015
  21. Reeder DM, L Kurpiers, I Ejotre, J Schaer, K Field. African fruit bat species differences in health and immunity as a function of habitat disturbance and movement ecology – implications for emerging infectious disease from South Sudan studies. 4th International Berlin Bat Meeting: Movemement Ecology of Bats. Berlin, 2015
  22. Reeder DM, ME Vodzak, J Schaer, K Field. Using Ecoimmunology to examine costs of disease in Old World bats. RCNE Meeting. Woods Hole, MA, USA, 2014.
  23. Schaer J, DM Reeder, ME Vodzak, K Matuschewski, F Mayer, SL Perkins. Bat Malaria – a focus on Hepatocystis in African epauletted fruit bats. 16th International Bat Research Conference (IBRC) & 43rd North American Symposium on Bat Research (NASBR). San Jose, Costa Rica, 2013. Best oral presentation
  24. Schaer J, K Matuschewski, SL Perkins. Diversity of African chiropteran haemosporidian parasites and close affiliation with rodent Plasmodium species. International Conference on Malaria & Related Haemosporidian Parasites of Wildlife. Vilnius, 2013.
  25. Schaer J, DM Reeder, ME Vodzak, SL Perkins. Malaria Parasites of Bats from South Sudan. 3nd International Berlin Bat Meeting: Bats in the Anthropocene. Berlin, 2013.
  26. Schaer J, SL Perkins, DM Reeder, F Mayer. Malaria Parasites of African Bats – Diversity & Phylogenetic Relationships. 2nd International Conference on Biodiversity and the UN Millennium Development Goals. Berlin, 2013.
  27. Schaer J, SL Perkins, KJ Olival, F Leendertz. Records of Malaria Parasites of West African Bats. The International Meeting on Malaria and Related Haemosporidian Parasites of Wildlife. West Virginia, 2011
  28. Decher J, A Hoffmann, RW Norris, J Schaer, B Kadjo, R Hutterer, MD Carleton. A Baseline Survey of Shrews and Rodents at Pic de Fon, Simandou Range, Guinea, with a comparison of small mammal diversity in other areas of the Upper Guinea Region of West Africa. 85th Annual Conference of German Society of Mammalogy. Luxembourg, 2011
  29. Hoffmann A, J Schaer, J Decher, R Norris, B Kadjo, R Hutterer. A Baseline Survey of Bats in the Simandou Range, Guinea. 11th African Small Mammal Symposium. Swaziland, 2011
  30. Schaer J, SL Perkins, KJ Olival. Malaria Parasites of Bats from West Africa – Host associations and evolutionary relationships. 2nd International Berlin Bat Meeting: Bat Biology and Infectious Diseases. Berlin, 2010
  31. Perkins SL, KJ Olival, J Schaer. The Malaria Parasites of Bats. 39th North American Symposium on Bat Research. Portland, 2009

 

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