Center for the Ecology of Infectious Diseases (CEID),
Odum School of Ecology,
University of Georgia
Swine Pathogen Horizon Scan with Estimates and Experts
Anna Willoughby studies how wildlife behavior, disease, and communities change across various anthropogenic gradients. She approaches these questions through complementary modeling and field methods, with a view towards translating her research into conservation and wildlife management policy. In the past, she has looked at dynamics of macroparasites in South African baboons, virus diversity among cave-roosting bats. Willoughby is a PhD student in the Odum School of Ecology at the University of Georgia, working under the direction of Dr. Sonia Altizer and Dr. John Drake.