Lindsay Campbell

Lindsay Campbell

Graduate Student
785.864.2316
Dyche Hall

Lindsay is a doctoral student advised by Town Peterson.  She models the spatial distributions of disease hosts, vectors, and reservoirs.

Publications: 

Williamson, HR, Benbow ME, Campbell LP, Johnson CR, Sopoh G, Merritt R, Small PLC. 2012. Detection of Mycobacterium ulcerans in the environment predicts prevalence of Buruli ulcer in Benin. PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases, 10.1371/journal.pntd.0001506.

Qi J, Campbell LP, van Ravensway J, Finley AO, Merritt RM, Benbow ME. In press. Buruli Ulcer Disease: the Unknown Environmental and Social Ecology of a Bacterial Pathogen. Ecologies and Politics of Health. Routlege: Taylor & Francis Group.

Stevens S, Campbell L, Urquahrt G, Kramer D, Qi J. 2011. Examining complexities of forest cover change during armed conflict on Nicaragua's Atlantic Coast. Biodiversity and Conservation, 20: 2597-2613. DOI 10.1007/s10531-011-0093-1.

Education: 

M.S. in geography from Michigan State University, 2010
B.A. in geography from Michigan State University, 2008

Awards: 

2011  IGERT C-CHANGE Trainee

Professional Presentations: 

Campbell LP, Finley AO, Benbow ME, van Ravensway J, Small P, Johnson RC, Sopoh G, Merritt R, Qi J. Spatial Relationships of Landscape Structure and Buruli Ulcer Disease in Benin, West Africa. Oral presentation 2010 Ecology and Evolution of Infectious Diseases Conference, March 22-25, 2010, Atlantic City, NJ.

Campbell LP, Finley AO, Benbow ME, van Ravensway J, Small P, Johnson RC, Soppin G, Merritt R, Qi J. Quantifying Relationships between Landscape Patterns and Environmental Bacteria Infections: Buruli Ulcer Disease, Benin, Africa. Poster presentation 2009 GeoMed Conference, November 14-16, 2009, Charleston, SC.

Campbell LP, van Ravensway J, Benbow ME, Small P, Johnson RC, Soppin G, Merritt R, Qi J. Exploring Environmental Factors Related to Buruli Ulcer Disease within the Couffu and Oueme Watersheds in Benin, Africa. Oral presentation World Health Organization Annual Meeting of the Global Buruli Ulcer Initiative 31 March – 2 April 2009, Cotonou, Benin.