reid harris
Research Interests
  • Disease Ecology
  • Conservation Ecology
  • Population and Community Ecology
Education
  • B.S. - Duke University
  • M.S. - University of Maryland
  • Ph.D. - Duke University
Publications
  • McDonald, J.E., Harris, R.N., Doonan, J., Carryl, S., Sze, M., McKenzie, V. and Gilbert, J.A., 2020. Host microbiomes and disease. In Microbiomes of Soils, Plants and Animals: An Integrated Approach, p.122, Cambridge University Press.
  • Rebollar, E.A., Bridges*, T., Hughey, M.C., Medina, D., Belden, L.K. and Harris, R.N., 2019. Integrating the role of antifungal bacteria into skin symbiotic communities of three Neotropical frog species. ISME Journal 13:1763-1775.
  • Harris, R. N., R. M. Brucker, J. B. Walke, M. H. Becker*, C. R. Schwantes*, D. C Flaherty*, B. A. Lam*, D. C. Woodhams, C. J. Briggs, V. T. Vredenburg, K. P. C. Minbiole. 2009. Skin microbes on frogs prevent morbidity and mortality caused by a lethal skin fungus. ISME Journal 3:818-824.

*undergraduate or masters student author

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