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Curriculum Vitae and Bibliography

PATRICIA G. WILBER (nee HANNON)
PRESENT ADDRESS

166 Rincon Loop

Tijeras, NM 87059

(505) 321-1697



jandpwilber@comcast.net

pwilber@cnm.edu

PERSONAL

Married to James P. Wilber

Children: Maegan Arlene Wilber (1987), Mark Quentin Wilber (1988)
EDUCATION

B.S. Wildlife Management, Humboldt State University, Arcata, CA. March, 1984.
M.S. Wildlife Science, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX. December, 1986. Thesis title: The effect of dietary crude protein on post weaning growth and sexual maturation of collared peccaries.
Ph.D. Biology, The University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM. Dissertation title: Temporal patterns of the parasite ecology in the Townsend's ground squirrel, Spermophilus townsendii, in Idaho. May, 1996. With Distinction.
SCHOLARSHIPS and GRANTS

1984 Graduate Asst. Non Teaching Dean's Award, Texas A&M University, $7,200

1985 National Rifle Association Research Grant, $2,000

1986 Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Science Scholarship, Texas A&M University, $200

1992 University of New Mexico (UNM) competitive graduate student grants, $580

1993 UNM, $2,275

1994 Santa Fe Institute Complex Systems Summer School, June 8-July 1, full scholarship to attend

UNM, $235
AWARDS

1987 Outstanding Masters Student, Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Science, Texas A&M University.

1995 Student Travel Award, American Society of Parasitology (ASP) Meritorious Student Paper, Annual Meeting of the ASP, Pittsburgh, PA, July 5-10, 1995.
MEMBERSHIPS/OFFICES

1996-1997 Student Representative ASP

1996-1997 Southwestern Association of Parasitologists (SWAP), President Elect

1997-1998 SWAP President


EXPERIENCE

1984   1987 Research Assistant, Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Science, Texas A&M University College Station, TX.

1987   1988 Canada Goose Observer, (Seasonal, October - March), Delaware Department of Natural Resources, Fish and Wildlife Division, Dover, DE.

1988 Biological Technician, Gypsy moth study, (Part time, April - June) Environmental Resource Associates, Baltimore, MD.

1988   1991 Outdoor Education Instructor, (Part-time) Abbott's Mill Nature Center, Delaware Nature Society, Milford, DE.

1989 - 1991 Instructor of Wildlife Management, Mammalogy, Wildlife Conservation, (Part-time) Department of Entomology and Applied Ecology, University of Delaware, Newark, DE.

1991 - 1996 Teaching and Research Assistant, The Department of Biology, The University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM.

1996 Post-Doctoral Research Assistant, The Department of Biology, The University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM

1996-2000 Head Registrar for Duke City Soccer (Part-time), Albuquerque, NM

1998-2001 Instructor of Biology at UNM (Part-time), Albuquerque, NM 1996-present

2001-2002 Biology Instructor at East Mountain High School (full-time), Sandia Park, NM

1996 Adjunct Assistant Professor at UNM, Albuquerque, NM

1996--2003 Instructor of Biology at TVI (Part-time), Albuquerque, NM

2001-2002 Instructor of Biology at East Mountain High School, Cedar Crest, NM (Full-time)

2003-present Instructor of Biology at Central New Mexico Community College (formerly TVI) (full-time) Albuquerque, NM

PUBLISHED PAPERS

1. HANNON, P.G., R.L Lochmiller, J.W. Mellen, and W.E Grant. 1985. Eperythrozoon in captive juvenile collared peccaries in Texas. Journal of Wildlife Disease 21:439 440.

2. Lochmiller, R.L., E.C. Hellgren, P.G. HANNON, and W.E. Grant. 1985. Coccidioidomycosis (Coccidioides immitis) in the collared peccary (Tayassu tajacu: Tayassuidae) in Texas. Journal of Wildlife Disease 21:305 309.

3. Crandall, R.A., R.M. Robinson, and P.G. HANNON. 1986. Pseudorabies infection in the collared peccary (Tayassu tajacu). Southwestern Veterinarian 37:193 195.

4. HANNON, P.G., R.M. Robinson, D. Synatzske, and W.E. Grant. 1987. Evidence against existence of the preorbital gland in collared peccaries (Tayassu tajacu). Journal of Mammalogy 68:682 683.

5. HANNON, P.G. and W.E. Grant. 1988. Biochemistry and hematology of collared peccaries (Tayassu tajacu) during post weaning growth. Journal of Mammalogy 69:413 417.

6. Packard, J.M., K.J. Babbitt, P.G. HANNON, and W.E. Grant. 1990. Infanticide in a captive group of collared peccaries (Tayassu tajacu). Zoo Biology 9:49 53.

7. Wilber, J.P., P.G. HANNON, and W.E. Grant. 1991. The effects of seasonally varying diet quality on collared peccary population dynamics   a simulation study. Ecological Modelling 53:109 129.

8. HANNON, P.G., D.M. Dowdell, R.L. Lochmiller, and W.E. Grant. 1991. Dorsal gland activity in peccaries of various physiological states. Journal of Mammalogy 72:825-827.

9. WILBER, P.G., K. McBee, D.J. Hafner, and D.W. Duszynski. 1994. A new coccidian (Apicomplexa: Eimeriidae) in the Northern Pocket gopher (Thomomys talpoides) and a comparison of oocyst survival in hosts from radon-rich and radon-poor soils. Journal of Wildlife Disease 30: 359-364.

10. WILBER, P.G., B. Hanelt, D.W. Duszynski, and B. Van Horne. 1994. Two new species and temporal changes in the prevalence of eimerians in a free-living population of Townsend's ground squirrels (Spermophilus townsendii) in Idaho. Journal of Parasitology 80:251-259.

11. WILBER, P.G., J.A. Hnida, M. Richard, and D.W. Duszynski. 1995. Caryospora simplex in a captive Caucasus Viper (Vipera kasnakovi). Journal of Wildlife Disease 31:397-399.

12. WILBER, P.G., M. Patrick, and B. Van Horne. 1996. Helminths in the Townsend's ground squirrel during drought. Journal of the Helminthological Society of Washington 63:233-239.

13. WILBER, P.G., D.W. Duszynski, and B. Van Horne. 1996. Hemorrhagic gastritis in wild rodents in Idaho. Journal of Wildlife Disease 32:665-669.

14. WILBER, P.G., E.C. Hellgren and T.M. Gabor. 1996. Coccidia of the collared peccary (Tayassu tajacu) in southern Texas with descriptions of three new species of Eimeria (Apicomplexa: Eimeriidae). Journal of Parasitology 82:624-629

15. WILBER, P.G. and M.J. Patrick. 1997. Mark-recapture vs. simulated removal trapping for assessing temporal patterns in ecological communities: an example using coccidian parasites of two species of rodent. American Midland Naturalist. 137.

16. WILBER, P.G. and H.D. Shapiro. 1997. An artificial life approach to host-parasite interactions. Ecological Modelling 101:113-122.

17. WILBER, P.G., D.W. Duszynksi, R.S. Seville, S.J. Upton and J.O. Corliss. 1997. A taxonomic revision of the eimerians of the Marmotini Tribe of rodents. Systematic Parasitology 137:112-123.

18. Duszynski, D.W. and P.G. WILBER. 1997. Guidelines for publishing new species descriptions of eimerians (Apicomplexa: Eimeriidae). Journal of Parasitology 83:333-336.

GOVERNMENT REPORTS

1. Van Horne, B., R.L. Schooley, P.B. Sharpe, J.G. Corn, K.P. Burnham, G.S. Olsen, P.G. WILBER and D.W. Duszynski. 1992. Habitat relationships of Townsend's ground squirrels. IN K. Steenhof and K. Sundberg (eds.) Snake River Birds of Prey Research and Monitoring 1992 Annual Report. U.S. Dept. of Inter. Bur. Land Manage., Boise Distr., Idaho p. 145-246.

2. WILBER, P.G., D.W. Duszynski and B. Van Horne. 1993. The parasite community of Townsend's ground squirrels. IN K. Steenhof and K. Sundberg (eds.) Snake River Birds of Prey Research and Monitoring 1993 Annual Report. U.S. Dept. of Inter. Bur. Land Manage., Boise Distr., Idaho p. 226-232.

3. WILBER, P.G., D.W. Duszynski and B. Van Horne. 1994. The parasite community of Townsend's ground squirrels. IN K. Steenhof and K. Sundberg (eds.) Snake River Birds of Prey Research and Monitoring 1994 Annual Report. U.S. Dept. of Inter. Bur. Land Manage., Boise Distr., Idaho p. 200-207.



PRESENTATIONS

1. HANNON, P.G., R.L. Lochmiller, E.C. Hellgren, J.W. Mellen, and W.E. Grant. 1985. Dorsal scent gland histomorphology of non pregnant adult female collared peccaries (Tayassu tajacu). TX Soc. of Mammal. Ann. Mtg. Junction, TX.

2. HANNON, P.G. and W.E. Grant. 1986. The effect of dietary crude protein and date of birth on post weaning growth in collared peccaries. TX Soc. of Mammal. Ann. Mtg. Junction, TX.

3. Babbitt, K.J., P.G. HANNON, J.M. Packard, and W.E. Grant. 1986. Discrete vs. gradual weaning in collared peccaries (Tayassu tajacu). American Behavioral Society Annual Meeting .

4. Packard, J.M., K.J. Babbitt, P.G. HANNON, and W.E. Grant. 1987. Infanticide in a captive colony of collared peccaries (Tayassu tajacu). Int. Symp. on Latin Amer. Mammals.

5. Packard, J.M., K.J. Babbitt, P.G. HANNON, and W.E. Grant. 1987. Infanticide in captive collared peccaries (Tayassu tajacu). American Behavioral Society Annual Meeting.

6. WILBER. P.G., B. Hanelt, and D.W. Duszynski. 1993. Temporal changes in the prevalence of eimerians in a free-living population of Townsend's ground squirrels, (Spermophilus townsendii). Annual Meeting of the Southwestern Assoc. of Parasitologists. Lake Texoma, OK. April.

7. Patrick, M.J., P.G. WILBER, D.W. Duszynksi. 1993. Multiple point vs. single point captures for estimating parasite community patterns. Annual Meeting of the Southwestern Assoc. of Parasitologists. Lake Texoma, OK. April.

8. WILBER, P.G. and D.W. Duszynski. 1993. Parasitism and ulcers: Drought and density induced? Ann. Mtg. of the American Soc. of Mammalogists. Bellingham, WA. June.

9. Schooley, R.L., B. Van Horne, K.P. Burnham, P.B. Sharpe, G.S. Olsen, J.G. Corn, P.G. WILBER. 1993. Habitat relationships of the Townsend's ground squirrel, Spermophilus townsendii, in a food-limited system. Annual meeting of the American Society of Mammalogists, Bellingham, WA. June.

10. WILBER, P.G., B. Hanelt, and D.W. Duszynski. 1993. Factors influencing the eimerian community in a free-living population of Townsend's ground squirrels (Spermophilus townsendii). Ann. mtg. of the American Soc. of Parasitologists, Atlanta, GA. October.

11. WILBER, P.G. 1993. Host-parasite interactions in the Townsend's ground squirrel: Who's in charge? Biology Department Noon Seminar, The University of New Mexico. Fall Semester.

12. WILBER, P.G. 1994. Patterns of parasite infection in Townsend's ground squirrels (Spermophilus townsendii) during and following drought. Research Day, University of New Mexico, Department of Biology, Third Place. April.

13. WILBER, P.G. 1994. Patterns of helminth infection in Townsend's ground squirrels (Spermophilus townsendii) following drought. Annual Meeting of the Southwestern Naturalists, Emporia, KS. April 21-23.

14. WILBER, P.G. and D.W. Duszynski. 1994. Patterns of parasite infection in Townsend's ground squirrels (Spermophilus townsendii) during and following drought. Annual Meeting of the American Society of Parasitology, Ft. Collins, CO. August 9-13.

15. WILBER, P.G. 1994. The effect of parasites on Townsend's ground squirrels at the Snake River Birds of Prey Area, Idaho. The Wildlife Society Annual Conference, Albuquerque, NM. September 20-25.

16. WILBER, P.G. and H.D. Shapiro. 1995. An artificial life approach to host-parasite interactions. Annual meeting of the American Society of Parasitology, Pittsburgh, PA, Meritorious paper. July 5-10.

17. WILBER, P.G. 1995. The Midas touch: Long-term mark-recapture studies can turn feces to gold when studying parasites. Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America, Snowbird, UT. July 31-August 3.

18. WILBER, P.G., R.S. Seville, and D.W. Duszynski. 1996. A taxonomic revision of the eimerians of the rodent tribe Marmotini. Annual meeting of the American Society of Parasitology, Tuscon, AZ. June 10-June 15.

19. WILBER, P.G., D.W. Duszynski, and S.J. Upton. 1996. Using a relational database to organize and retrieve taxonomic data: a demonstration. Annual meeting of the American Society of Parasitology, Tuscon, AZ. June 10-June 15.



20. R.S. Seville, P.G. WILBER, and D.W. Duszynski. 1996. Alternative life history strategies of eimerians (Apicomplexa: Eimeriidae) in spermophiline rodents. Annual meeting of the American Society of Parasitology, Tuscon, AZ. June 10-June 15.








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