Isobel Ronai

Isobel Ronai

Post Doctoral Researcher



PhD, Biology. The University of Sydney, Australia

Graduate Certificate in Educational Studies (Higher Education). The University of Sydney, Australia

BSc (Advanced), Joint Honours, Biological Sciences/History and Philosophy of Science. The University of Sydney, Australia.

Other Publications:

The impact of climate change on tick host-seeking behaviourI RonaiClimate, Ticks and Disease 18, 56 (2021)

The emergence of tick-borne diseases in domestic animals in Australia. C Oskam, I Ronai, P Irwin. Climate, Ticks and Disease 18, 424 (2021)

Aversion of the invasive Asian longhorned tick to the white-footed mouse, the dominant reservoir of tick-borne pathogens in the USAI Ronai, DM Tufts, MA Diuk-Wasser. Medical and Veterinary Entomology 34 (3), 369-373 (2020)

“Microbiota, symbiosis and individuality summer school” meeting reportI Ronai, GP Greslehner, F Boem, J Carlisle, A Stencel, J Suárez, S Bayir, et al. Microbiome 8 (1), 1-10 (2020)

ESA Position Statement on the Importance of Continued Innovation in Gene Drive Technology. ES America. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 113 (6), 486–487 (2020)

The case for basic biological researchI Ronai, PE Griffiths. Trends in Molecular Medicine 25 (2), 65-69 (2019)