Erin Mordecai

Faculty, Stanford University
Faculty, Stanford University

Mailing Address: 

Department of Biology Gilbert Hall Room 406 371 Serra Mall Stanford University Stanford, CA 94305


Lafferty, K.D. Mordecai, E.A.. The rise and fall of infectious disease in a warmer world [version 1; referees: 2 approved]. F1000Research, 5(F1000 Faculty Rev): 2040  
Mordecai, E.A., Jaramillo, A.G., Ashford, J.E., Hechinger, R.F., Lafferty, K.D. . (2016). The role of competition - colonization tradeoffs and spatial heterogeneity in promoting trematode coexistence. Ecology, 97, 1484-1496
Johnson, Leah R., Ben-Horin, Tal, Lafferty, Kevin D., McNally, Amy, Mordecai, Erin, Paaijmans, Krijn P. Pawar, Samraat Ryan, Sadie J.. (2015). Understanding uncertainty in temperature effects on vector-borne disease: a Bayesian approach. Ecology, 96, 203-213.
Ryan, Sadie J., McNally, Amy, Johnson, Leah R., Mordecai, Erin A., Ben-Horin, Tal, Paaijmans, Krijn, Lafferty, Kevin D.. (2015). Mapping physiological suitability limits for malaria in Africa under climate change. Vector-Borne and Zoonotic Diseases, 15, 718-725.
Johnson, Leah R, Lafferty, Kevin D, McNally, Amy, Mordecai, Erin, Paaijmans, Krijn P, Pawar, Samraat, Ryan, Sadie J. (2014). Mapping the distribution of malaria: current approaches and future directions. In: Analyzing and Modeling Spatial and Temporal Dynamics of Infectious Diseases. John Wiley & Sons, pp. 189-209.
Lafferty, K. D., Allesina, S., Arim, M., Briggs, C. J., De Leo, G., Dobson, A. P., ... & Thieltges, D. W.. (2008). Parasites in food webs: the ultimate missing links. Ecology letters, 11(6), 533-546.