Diego Ruiz Moreno PhD Ecology and Evolutionary Biology

Research Fellow

University of Michigan - Ann Arbor

Location
Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States
Discipline
Environmental Science
Interests
Ecology of Infectious Diseases
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Publications

  • Heterogeneous feeding patterns of the dengue vector, Aedes aegypti, on individual human hosts in rural Thailand.

    Harrington L, Fleisher A, Ruiz-Moreno D, Vermeylen F, Wa C, Poulson R et al.

    PLoS neglected tropical diseases (2014)

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  • The role of primary and secondary transmission on the dynamics of cholera in endemic areas

    Ruiz-Moreno D

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  • Global coral disease prevalence associated with sea temperature anomalies and local factors.

    Ruiz-Moreno D, Willis B, Page a, Weil E, Cróquer A, Vargas-Angel B et al.

    Diseases of aquatic organisms (2012)

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  • Modeling dynamic introduction of chikungunya virus in the United States

    Ruiz-Moreno D, Vargas I, Olson K, Harrington L

    PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases (2012)

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  • The role of primary and secondary transmission on the dynamics of cholera in endemic areas

    Ruiz-Moreno D

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  • Herramientas para el Manejo de Recursos Naturales : Modelos Metapoblacionales Espacialmente Explícitos en la Óptica de los Autómatas Celulares

    Ruiz-Moreno D

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  • Satellite images as a tool for hydrodynamic modelling

    Ferrati R, Ruiz-Moreno D, Aubone A, Canziani G

    Proceedings for the (2002)

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  • The influence of climate and dam construction on the Ibera wetlands, Argentina

    Canziani G, Ferrati R, Rossi C, Ruiz-Moreno D

    Regional Environmental Change (2006)

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  • Exploring Network Space with Genetic Algorithms: Modularity, Resilience, and

    Ruiz-Moreno D

    Networks: linking structure to dynamics in food (2006)

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  • Frontiers in climate change-disease research.

    Rohr J, Dobson A, Johnson P, Kilpatrick a, Paull S, Raffel T et al.

    Trends in ecology & evolution (Personal edition) (2011)

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  • Frontiers in climate change – disease research

    Rohr J, Dobson A, Johnson P, Kilpatrick A, Paull S, Raffel T et al.

    Trends in Ecology & Evolution (2011)

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  • Linking climate change and infectious disease: A cross-cutting research agenda

    Ruiz-Moreno D, Harvell C, Zamudio K, Harrington L, Ostfeld R, Pascual M et al.

    BMC Proceedings

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  • Population Dynamics Models Based on Cellular Automata that includes Habitat Quality Indices defined through Remote Sensing

    Ruiz-Moreno D, Federico P, Canziani G

    Proceedings of the 29th International Symposium on Remote Sensing of Environment (ISRSE). Information for Sustainability and Development (2002)

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  • Recruitment dynamics of the tropical rainforest tree Dipteryx oleifera (Fabaceae) in eastern Nicaragua.

    Ruiz J, Boucher D, Ruiz-Moreno D, Ingram-Flóres C

    Revista de biología tropical (2009)

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  • Cholera Seasonality in Madras (1901–1940): Dual Role for Rainfall in Endemic and Epidemic Regions

    Ruiz-Moreno D, Pascual M, Bouma M, Dobson A, Cash B

    EcoHealth (2007)

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  • Esteros del Ibera: hydrometeorological and hydrological characterization

    Ferrati R, Canziani G, Ruiz-Moreno D

    Ecological Modelling (2005)

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  • Spatial clustering in the spatio-temporal dynamics of endemic cholera.

    Ruiz-Moreno D, Pascual M, Emch M, Yunus M

    BMC infectious diseases (2010)

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  • Esteros del Ibera: hydrometeorological and hydrological characterization

    Ferrati R, Canziani A, Ruiz-Moreno D, Canziani G

    Ecological Modelling (2005)

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  • Esteros del Ibera: hydrometeorological and hydrological characterization

    Ferrati R, Canziani A, Ruiz-Moreno D

    Ecological Modelling (2005)

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Professional experience

Research Fellow

University of Michigan - Ann Arbor

March 2015 - Present

Profesor Estadística

Univerisidad Nacional Arturo Jauretche

February 2012 - February 2015 (3 years)

Postdoctoral Associate

Cornell University

July 2009 - December 2011 (2 years 5 months)

Education history

University of Michigan - Ann Arbor

PhD Ecology and Evolutionary Biology

August 2004 - June 2009 (4 years 10 months)