epidemiology - disease ecology - public health - conservation

Publications:

  • Wilkinson and Hayman, 2017, Bat and virus ecology in a dynamic world. Microbiology Australia 38:33-35.
  • Rulli, Santini, Hayman, D’Odorico, 2017, The nexus between forest fragmentation in Africa and Ebola virus disease outbreaks. Scientific Reports 7:41613.
  • Hayman, 2016, As the bat flies. Science 354:1099-1100.
  • Hayman, Fooks, Marston, Garcia-Ramirez, 2016, The Global Phylogeography of Lyssaviruses-Challenging the 'Out of Africa' Hypothesis. PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases 10:e0005266
  • Peel, Baker, Hayman, Suu-Ire, Breed, Gembu, Lembo, Fernández-Loras, Sargan Fooks, et al., 2016, Bat trait, genetic and pathogen data from large-scale investigations of African fruit bats, Eidolon helvum. Scientific data 3.
  • Hayman, 2016, Bats as Viral Reservoirs. Annual Review of Virology 3:77-99
  • McKee, Hayman, Kosoy and Webb, 2016, Phylogenetic and geographic patterns of bartonella host shifts among bat species. Infection, Genetics and Evolution 44: 382-394.
  • Hayman, Pulliam, Marshall, Cryan and Webb, 2016, Environment, host, and fungal traits predict continental-scale white-nose syndrome in bats. Science Advances 2:e1500831.
  • O'Shea, Cryan, Hayman, Plowright and Streicker, 2016, Multiple mortality events in bats: a global review. Mammal Review: doi:10.1111/mam.12064
  • Hayman and Peel, 2016, Can survival analyses detect hunting pressure in a highly connected species? Lessons from straw-coloured fruit bats. Biological Conservation 200:131-139.
  • Hayman, 2016, Conservation as vaccination. EMBO Reports 17:286-291.
  • Han, Schmidt, Alexander, Bowden, Hayman and Drake, 2016, Undiscovered bat hosts of filoviruses. PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases 10: e0004815.
  • Garcia-R and Hayman, 2016, Origin of a major infectious disease in vertebrates: The timing of Cryptosporidium evolution and its hosts. Parasitology 143:1683–90
  • Hayman, 2015, Biannual birth pulses allow filoviruses to persist in bat populations. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences 282:20142591.
  • Bai, Hayman, McKee and Kosoy, 2015, Classification of Bartonella strains associated with straw-colored fruit bats (Eidolon helvum) across Africa using a multi-locus sequence typing platform. PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases 9:e0003478.
  • Pepin, Leach, Marques-Toledo, Laass, Paixao, Luis, Hayman, Johnson, Buhnerkempe, Carver, et al., 2015, Utility of mosquito surveillance data for spatial prioritization of vector control against dengue viruses in three Brazilian cities. Parasites & Vectors 8:1.
  • Luis, O'Shea, Hayman, Wood, Cunningham, Gilbert, Mills and Webb, 2015, Network analysis of host–virus communities in bats and rodents reveals determinants of cross‐species transmission. Ecology Letters 18:1153-1162.
  • Souther, Tingley, Popescu, Hayman, Ryan, Graves, Hartl and Terrell, 2014, Biotic impacts of energy development from shale: research priorities and knowledge gaps. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 12:330-338.
  • Peel, Pulliam, Luis, Plowright, O'Shea, Hayman, Wood, Webb and Restif, 2014, The effect of seasonal birth pulses on pathogen persistence in wild mammal populations. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences 281:20132962.
  • Olival and Hayman, 2014, Filoviruses in bats: current knowledge and future directions. Viruses 6:1759-1788.
  • O’Shea, Cryan, Cunningham, Fooks, Hayman, Luis, Peel, Plowright and Wood, 2014, Bat flight and zoonotic viruses. Emerging Infectious Diseases 20:741-745.
  • Cryan, Gorresen, Hein, Schirmacher, Diehl, Huso, Hayman, Fricker, Bonaccorso and Johnson, 2014, Behavior of bats at wind turbines. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111:15126-15131.
  • Baker, Suu‐Ire, Barr, Hayman, Broder, Horton, Durrant, Murcia, Cunningham and Wood, 2014, Viral antibody dynamics in a chiropteran host. Journal of Animal Ecology 83:415-428.
  • Peel, Sargan, Baker, Hayman, Barr, Crameri, Suu-Ire, Broder, Lembo, Wang, et al., 2013, Continent-wide panmixia of an African fruit bat facilitates transmission of potentially zoonotic viruses. Nature Communications 4: doi:10.1038/ncomms3770
  • Peel, McKinley, Baker, Barr, Crameri, Hayman, Feng, Broder, Wang, Cunningham, et al., 2013, Use of cross-reactive serological assays for detecting novel pathogens in wildlife: Assessing an appropriate cutoff for henipavirus assays in African bats. Journal of Virological Methods 193:295-303.
  • Luis, Hayman, O'Shea, Cryan, Gilbert, Pulliam, Mills, Timonin, C. K. Willis and A. A. Cunningham, et al., 2013, A comparison of bats and rodents as reservoirs of zoonotic viruses: are bats special? Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences 280:20122753
  • Hayman, McDonald and Kosoy, 2013, Evolutionary history of rat‐borne Bartonella: the importance of commensal rats in the dissemination of bacterial infections globally. Ecology and Evolution 3:3195-3203.
  • Hayman, Bowen, Cryan, McCracken, O’Shea, Peel, Gilbert, Webb and Wood, 2013, Ecology of zoonotic infectious diseases in bats: current knowledge and future directions. Zoonoses and Public Health 60:2-21.
  • Gilbert, Fooks, Hayman, Horton, Müller, Plowright, Peel, Bowen, Wood, Mills, et al., 2013, Deciphering serology to understand the ecology of infectious diseases in wildlife. EcoHealth 10:298-313.
  • Baker, Todd, Marsh, Crameri, Barr, Kamins, Peel, Yu, Hayman, Nadjm, et al., 2013, Novel, potentially zoonotic paramyxoviruses from the African straw-colored fruit bat Eidolon helvum. Journal of Virology 87:1348-1358.
  • Wood, Leach, Waldman, MacGregor, Fooks, Jones, Restif, Dechmann, Hayman, Baker, et al, 2012, A framework for the study of zoonotic disease emergence and its drivers: spillover of bat pathogens as a case study. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, B 367:2881-2892.
  • Restif, Hayman, Pulliam, Plowright, George, Luis, Cunningham, Bowen, Fooks, O'Shea, Wood and Webb, 2012, Model‐guided fieldwork: practical guidelines for multidisciplinary research on wildlife ecological and epidemiological dynamics. Ecology Letters 15:1083-1094.
  • Peel, Baker, Crameri, Barr, Hayman, Wright, Broder, Fernández-Loras, Fooks Wang, et al., 2012, Henipavirus neutralising antibodies in an isolated island population of African fruit bats. PLoS One 7:e30346.
  • Kosoy, Hayman and Chan, 2012, Bartonella bacteria in nature: where does population variability end and a species start? Infection, Genetics and Evolution 12:894-904.
  • Hayman, McCrea, Restif, Suu-Ire, Fooks, Wood, Cunningham and Rowcliffe, 2012, Demography of straw-colored fruit bats in Ghana. Journal of Mammalogy 93:1393-1404.
  • Hayman, Yu, Crameri, Wang, Suu-Ire, Wood and Cunningham, 2012, Ebola virus antibodies in fruit bats, Ghana, west Africa. Emerging Infectious Diseases 18:1207.
  • Hayman, Fooks, Rowcliffe, McCrea, Restif, Baker, Horton, Suu-Ire, Cunningham and Wood, 2012, Endemic Lagos bat virus infection in Eidolon helvum. Epidemiology and Infection 140:2163-2171.
  • Billeter, Hayman, Peel, Baker, Wood, Cunningham, Suu-Ire, Dittmar and Kosoy, 2012, Bartonella species in bat flies (Diptera: Nycteribiidae) from western Africa. Parasitology 139:324-329.
  • Kamins, Restif, Ntiamoa-Baidu, Suu-Ire, Hayman, Cunningham, Wood and Rowcliffe, 2011, Uncovering the fruit bat bushmeat commodity chain and the true extent of fruit bat hunting in Ghana, West Africa. Biological Conservation 144: 3000-3008.
  • Hayman, Wang, Barr, Baker, Suu-Ire, Broder, Cunningham and Wood, 2011, Antibodies to henipavirus or henipa-like viruses in domestic pigs in Ghana, West Africa. PLoS One 6:e25256.
  • Hayman, Johnson, Horton, Hedge, Wakeley, Banyard, Zhang, Alhassan and Fooks, 2011, Evolutionary history of rabies in Ghana. PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases 5:e1001.
  • Hayman, Banyard, Wakeley, Harkess, Marston, Wood, Cunningham and Fooks, 2011, A universal real-time assay for the detection of Lyssaviruses. Journal of Virological Methods 177:87-93.
  • Hayman, 2011, Wildlife Zoonoses. Epidemiology: Open Access 2012.
  • Banyard, Hayman, Johnson, McElhinney and Fooks, 2011, Bats and lyssaviruses. Advances in Virus Research 79:239-289.
  • Wright, Hayman, Vaughan, Temperton, Wood, Cunningham, Suu-Ire, Weiss and Fooks, 2010, Virus neutralising activity of African fruit bat (Eidolon helvum) sera against emerging lyssaviruses. Virology 408:183-189.
  • Hayman, King and Cameron, 2010, Successful treatment of acute systemic anaphylaxis in a western lowland gorilla (Gorilla gorilla gorilla). Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine 41:522-525.
  • Hayman, Emmerich, Yu, Wang, Suu-Ire, Fooks, Cunningham and Wood, 2010, Long-term survival of an urban fruit bat seropositive for Ebola and Lagos bat viruses. PLoS One 5:e11978.
  • Hayman, Suu-Ire, Breed, McEachern, Wang, Wood and Cunningham, 2008, Evidence of henipavirus infection in West African fruit bats. PLoS One 3:e2739.

Books and books chapters:

  • Hayman DTS, Gurley ES, Pulliam JRC, Field HE. The application of One Health approaches to henipavirus research. In: One Health: The human-animal interface in emerging infections (J.S. Mackenzie, J.A. Richt, P. Daszak, & M. Jeggo, eds.), Current Topics in Microbiology and Immunology, Springer.
  • Hayman DTS, Johnson N. Nipah Virus, in Emerging Viral Diseases: The role of wildlife, livestock and companion animals, (N. Johnson, Ed.).
  • Banyard AC, Hayman DTS, Johnson N, Freuling C, Muller T, Fooks AR. (2013) Bat rabies, Chapter 6, in Rabies (Book, A. Jackson, Ed.).
  • Hayman DTS (2011) Lagos bat virus ecology in Eidolon helvum, PhD thesis, University of Cambridge
  • Breed AC, Plowright RK, Hayman DTS, Knobel DL, Molenaar FM, Gardner-Roberts D, Cleaveland S, Haydon DT, Kock RA, Sainsbury AW, Cunningham AA, Delahay RJ, (2009) Disease management in endangered mammals Chapter 11, in Management of Disease in Wild Mammals, RJ Delahay, GC Smith & MR Hutchings (eds), Springer, ISBN: 978-4-431-77133-3
  • Fang, TG, Bodmer RE, Puertas PE, Mayor Aparicio P, Pérez Peňa P, Acero Villanes R, Hayman DTS, (2008) Certificaciόn de Pieles de Pecarίes en la Amazonίa Peruana: una estrategia para la conservaciόn y manejo de fauna silvestre en la Amazonίa Peruana (Certification of Peccary pelts in the Peruvian Amazon: A strategy for the conservation and wildlife management in the Peruvian Amazon), Wust Ediciones, Lima, Peru