His scientific interests lie mostly in Tick, Acari, Lyme disease, Veterinary medicine and Ixodes scapularis. His biological study focuses on Ixodidae. The study incorporates disciplines such as Internal medicine and Chemoprophylaxis in addition to Lyme disease.
His Veterinary medicine study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Culex, Culex pipiens, Encephalitis and Aedes. He has researched Ixodes scapularis in several fields, including Spirochaetaceae, Incidence and Erythema chronicum migrans. The Nymph study combines topics in areas such as Ixodes dammini, Ixodes and Lawn.
Richard C. Falco spends much of his time researching Tick, Ixodes scapularis, Lyme disease, Ixodes and Ixodidae. His Tick research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Zoology, Nymph, Acari and Vector. His Ixodes scapularis study introduces a deeper knowledge of Ecology.
His Lyme disease research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Spirochaetaceae and Internal medicine. The various areas that Richard C. Falco examines in his Ixodes study include Transovarial transmission, Borrelia and Microbiology. His Ixodidae study is concerned with the field of Veterinary medicine as a whole.
Richard C. Falco focuses on Tick, Zoology, Haemaphysalis longicornis, Range and Ixodes scapularis. His Ixodidae and Nymph study in the realm of Zoology connects with subjects such as Population genetics. His work in Nymph addresses issues such as Acari, which are connected to fields such as Physiological condition and Longevity.
His Range research includes elements of Abundance and Vector. His research integrates issues of Lyme disease and Moulting in his study of Ixodes scapularis. Richard C. Falco specializes in Lyme disease, namely Ixodes.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Zoology, Tick, Haemaphysalis longicornis, Human bites and Lyme disease. Richard C. Falco is interested in Ixodidae, which is a field of Tick. Richard C. Falco combines subjects such as Vector, Infestation, Wildlife, Livestock and Quarantine with his study of Ixodidae.
His work carried out in the field of Moulting brings together such families of science as Microbiome, Ixodes scapularis, Host and Blood meal. His study on Host is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Nymph.
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Prophylaxis with Single-Dose Doxycycline for the Prevention of Lyme Disease after an Ixodes scapularis Tick Bite
Robert B. Nadelman;John Nowakowski;Durland Fish;Richard C. Falco.
The New England Journal of Medicine (2001)
Host Feeding Patterns of Established and Potential Mosquito Vectors of West Nile Virus in the Eastern United States
Charles S. Apperson;Hassan K. Hassan;Bruce A. Harrison;Harry M. Savage.
Vector-borne and Zoonotic Diseases (2004)
A comparison of methods for sampling the deer tick, Ixodes dammini, in a Lyme disease endemic area.
Richard C. Falco;Durland Fish.
Experimental and Applied Acarology (1992)
Temporal Relation between Ixodes scapularis Abundance and Risk for Lyme Disease Associated with Erythema Migrans
Richard C. Falco;Donna F. McKenna;Thomas J. Daniels;Robert B. Nadelman.
American Journal of Epidemiology (1999)
PREVALENCE OF IXODES DAMMINI NEAR THE HOMES OF LYME DISEASE PATIENTS IN WESTCHESTER COUNTY, NEW YORK
Richard C. Falco;Durland Fish;Durland Fish.
American Journal of Epidemiology (1988)
Duration of Tick Bites in a Lyme Disease-endemic Area
Richard C. Falco;Durland Fish;Durland Fish;Joseph Piesman.
American Journal of Epidemiology (1996)
Variation in the Microbiota of Ixodes Ticks with Regard to Geography, Species, and Sex
Will van Treuren;Loganathan Ponnusamy;R. Jory Brinkerhoff;Antonio Gonzalez.
Applied and Environmental Microbiology (2015)
West Nile virus isolates from mosquitoes in New York and New Jersey, 1999.
Roger S. Nasci;Dennis J. White;Helen Stirling;JoAnne Oliver.
Emerging Infectious Diseases (2001)
Multistate Infestation with the Exotic Disease–Vector Tick Haemaphysalis longicornis — United States, August 2017–September 2018
C. Ben Beard;James Occi;Denise L. Bonilla;Andrea M. Egizi.
Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (2018)
Estimating population size and drag sampling efficiency for the blacklegged tick (Acari: Ixodidae).
Thomas J. Daniels;Thomas J. Daniels;Richard C. Falco;Richard C. Falco;Durland Fish.
Journal of Medical Entomology (2000)
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