Rebekah Kading

Faculty Microbiology, Immunology, and Pathology

101 Ida

970-491-7833

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About Rebekah

Our lab studies the ecology and transmission dynamics of vector-borne pathogens, particularly emerging arboviruses. A multitude of factors influence the enzootic circulation of arboviruses and their introduction and establishment in new geographic areas. We are interested in understanding the sylvatic circulation of arboviruses in endemic areas, the involvement of vector and host populations in new geographic areas, and entomological risk factors surrounding such introductions. Our field and laboratory studies are focused on evaluation of the biological capacity of different mosquito species and populations to serve as efficient vectors, potential mechanisms for virus maintenance in mosquito populations, and the how the interactions of a mosquito species with vertebrate amplifying hosts over space and time may influence epizootic virus activity. Additionally, we have an ongoing project to investigate the potential role of bats as arbovirus reservoirs and a source of emerging viruses.

Education

Ph.D., Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Baltimore, MD, 2007M.S., University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR, 2002B.S., University of Delaware, Newark, DE, 2000

Publications

Kading RC, Kityo R, Nakayiki T, Ledermann J, Crabtree M, Lutwama J, Miller BR. 2015. Detection of Entebbe bat virus after 54 years. Am. J. Trop. Med.Hyg. 93: 475-477.Golnar AJ, Turell MJ, LaBeaud AD, Kading RC, Hamer GL. 2014. Predicting the Mosquito Species and Vertebrate Species Involved in the Theoretical Transmission of Rift Valley Fever Virus in the United States. PLoS Negl Trop Dis 8(9): e3163. doi:10.1371/journal.pntd.0003163.Kading, RC, Biggerstaff BJ, Young G, Komar N. 2014. Mosquitoes Used to Draw Blood for Arbovirus Viremia Determinations in Small Vertebrates. PLoS ONE 9(6): e99342. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0099342Kading, RC, Gilbert AT, Mossel EC, Crabtree MB, Kuzmin IV,Niezgoda M, Agwanda B, Markotter W, Weil MR, Rupprecht CE, Montgomery J, Miller BR. 2013. Isolation and molecular characterization of Fikirini rhabdovirus, a novel virus from a Kenya bat. J. Gen Virol 94:2393–2398.Crabtree, M, Kading, RC, Mutebi J-P, Lutwama, J, Miller, BR.2013. Identification of host blood from engorged mosquitoes collected in western Uganda using cytochrome oxidase I gene sequences. J Wildl Dis 49: pp. 611–626.Kading RC, Borland E, Cranfield M, Powers A. 2013. Seroprevalence of alphaviruses and flaviviruses in free-ranging game animals and non-human primates in the Congo Basin. J Wildl Dis 49: 587-599.Kading, RC, Crabtree MB, Bird B, Miller BR. 2013. Inactivation of infectious virus and serological detection of virus antigen in Rift Valley fever virus infected mosquitoes fixed with paraformaldehyde. J Virol Methods 189: 184-188.Kading RC, Gonzalez Reiche AS, Morales-Betoulle ME, and Komar, N. 2013. Host selection of West Nile virus vectors in Puerto Barrios, Guatemala, 2007. Am. J. Trop. Med. Hyg. 88: 108 – 115.

                
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