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Andrew Reeves

Title: Geneticist
Address: 4210 University Dr., Anchorage, AK 99508-4626
Phone: (907) 786-7172
Fax: (907) 786-7021

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Education and/or Training

M.S.2009University of Alaska Anchorage, Anchorage, AlaskaBiology
B.S.2000University of Minnesota, St. Paul, MinnesotaForest Resources Management

Areas of Specialization and/or Research Interests

Avian Influenza
Wildlife Diseases
Population Genetics

Professional Experience

2009 - PresentGeneticist, Alaska Science Center, USGS, Anchorage, Alaska
2009Biological Science Technician, Migratory Bird Management, US Fish and Wildlife Service, Anchorage, Alaska
2006 - 2009Graduate Student Intern, Bristol Bay Seabird Survey, Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Anchorage, Alaska
2008Laboratory Instructor, Cellular Biology, University of Alaska Anchorage, Anchorage, Alaska

Professional Activities and/or Memberships

The Wildlife Society
The American Ornithologists' Union

Honors and/or Awards

2008, First Place Student Paper Presentation, Anchorage Annual Chapter Conference, Alaska Chapter of the Wildlife Society

Significant Recent Publications

Ramey, A. M., A. B. Reeves, H. Ogawa, H. S. Ip, K. Imai, V. N. Bui, E. Yamaguchi, N. Y. Silko, and C. L. Afonso. 2013. Genetic diversity and mutation of avian paramyxovirus serotype 1 (Newcastle disease virus) in wild birds and evidence for intercontinental spread. Archives of Virology. doi: 10.1007/s00705-013-1761-0

Reeves, A. B., J. M. Pearce, A. M. Ramey, C. R. Ely, J. A. Schmutz, P. L. Flint, D. V. Derksen, H. S. Ip, and K. A. Trust. 2013. Genomic analysis of avian influenza viruses from waterfowl in Western Alaska. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 49(3):600-610. doi: 10.7589/2012-04-108

Reeves, A. B, J. M. Pearce, A. M. Ramey, B. W. Meixell, and J. A. Runstadler. 2011. Interspecies transmission and limited persistence of low pathogenic avian influenza genomes among Alaska dabbling ducks. Infection, Genetics, and Evolution 11:2004-2010. DOI: 10.1016/j.meegid.2011.09.011.

Ramey, A.M., J. M. Pearce, A. B. Reeves, J. C. Franson, M. R. Petersen, and H. S. Ip. 2011. Evidence for limited exchange of avian influenza viruses between seaducks and dabbling ducks at Alaska Peninsula coastal lagoons. Archives of Virology 156.

Pearce, J. M., A. B. Reeves, A. M. Ramey, J. W. Hupp, H. S. Ip, M. Bertram, M. J. Petrula, B. D. Scotton, K. A. Trust, B. Meixell, and J. A. Runstadler. 2011. Interspecific exchange of avian influenza virus genes in Alaska: The influence of trans-hemispheric migratory tendency and breeding ground sympatry. Molecular Ecology 20:1015 - 1025.

Reeves, A. B., S. V. Drovetski, and I. V. Fadeev. 2008. Mitochondrial DNA imply a stepping-stone colonization of Beringia by Arctic Warbler Phylloscopus borealis. Journal of Avian Biology 39(5):567-575. doi: 10.1111/j.0908-8857.2008.04421.x

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