Grunberg, R.L., B.N. Joyner, C.E. Mitchell, 2023.  Historical contingency in parasite community assembly: Community divergence results from early host exposure to symbionts and ecological drift.  PLOS-ONE.


Grunberg, R.L., F.W. Halliday, R.W. Heckman, B.N. Joyner, K.R. O’Keeffe, C.E. Mitchell, 2022.  Disease decreases variation in host community structure in an old-field grassland.  bioRxiv.


O’Keeffe, K.R., B.T. Wheeler, C.E. Mitchell, 2022.  A microbial mutualist within host individuals increases parasite transmission between host individuals: Evidence from a field mesocosm experiment.  Frontiers in Microbiology 13:824211.


O’Keeffe, K.R., A. Simha, C.E. Mitchell, 2021.  Indirect interactions among co-infecting parasites and a microbial mutualist impact disease progression.  Proceedings of the Royal Society B.  288(1956):20211313.


O’Keeffe, K.R., F.W. Halliday, C.D. Jones, I. Carbone, C.E. Mitchell, 2021.  Parasites, niche modification, and the host microbiome: A field survey of multiple parasites.  Molecular Ecology 30:2404-2416.


F.W. Halliday, R.W. Heckman, P.A. Wilfahrt, C.E. Mitchell, 2020.  Eutrophication, biodiversity loss, and species invasions modify the relationship between host and parasite richness during host community assembly.  Global Change Biology 26(9):4854-4867.


F.W. Halliday, R.W. Heckman, P.A. Wilfahrt, C.E. Mitchell, 2019.  Past is prologue: Host community assembly and the risk of infectious disease over time.  Ecology Letters 22(1):138-148.

O’Keeffe, K.R., and C.D. Jones, 2019.  Challenges and solutions for analysing dual RNA‐seq data for non‐model host–pathogen systems.  Methods in Ecology and Evolution 10(3):401-414. 


F.W. Halliday, J. Umbanhowar, C.E. Mitchell, 2018.  A host immune hormone modifies parasite species interactions and epidemics: insights from a field manipulation.  Proceedings of the Royal Society B 285(1890):20182075


F.W. Halliday, J. Umbanhowar, C.E. Mitchell, 2017.  Interactions among symbionts operate across scales to influence parasite epidemics.  Ecology Letters 20(10):1285–1294.  (Winner of the 2018 Outstanding Student Paper Award from the Disease Ecology Section of the Ecological Society of America). 


O’Keeffe, K.R., I. Carbone, C.D. Jones, C.E. Mitchell, 2017.  Plastic potential: how the phenotypes and adaptations of pathogens are influenced by microbial interactions within plants.  Current Opinion in Plant Biology 38:78–83.