Papers published in peer-reviewed journals

16. DKW Chu*, K PY Hui*, RAPM Perera*, E Miguel*, Da Niemeyer , J Zhao, R Channappanavar, G Dudas, JO Oladipo, A Traore, O Fassi-Fihri, A Ali, GF Demissie, D Muth, MCW Chan, JM Nicholls, DK. Meyerholz, SA Kuranga, G Mamo, Z Zhou, RTY So, MG Hemida, RJ Webby, F Roger, A Rambaut, LLM Poon, S Perlman, C Drosten, V Chevalier, M Peiris. MERS coronaviruses from camels in Africa exhibit region-dependent genetic diversity. On line in PNAS

15. Valls Fox H, Simon Chamaillé-Jammes, Michel de Garine-Wichatitsky, Arthur Perrotton, Nicolas Courbin, Eve Miguel, Chloé Guerbois, Alexandre Caron, Andrew Loveridge, Brent Stapelkamp, Martin Muzamba & Hervé Fritz. Water and cattle shape habitat selection by wild herbivores at the edge of a protected area. On line in Animal Conservation

14. Miguel E, Chevalier V, Ayelet G, Bencheikh M N, Boussini H, Chu D, El Berbri I, Fassi-Fihri O, Faye B, Grosbois V, Fekadu G, Perera M, Traore A, Ty So, Cy Ng, Roger F, Peiris M. Risk factors for MERS coronavirus infection in dromedary camels in Ethiopia, Morocco and Burkina Faso, 2015. Eurosurveillance

13. Miguel, E.,, V. Grosbois, H. Fritz,  , A. Caron, M. de Garine-Wichatitsky, Florian Nicod, B. Stapelkamp, A. Loveridge, D. Macdonald and M. Valeix. Does predator presence modulate the risk of pathogen transmission from wild to domestic herbivores at the edge of protected areas? Diversity and distribution

12. Craft, M. E. & F. Vial, E. Miguel, S. Cleaveland, A. Ferdinands and C. Packer. Domestic dog and wild carnivore interactions: importance of small carnivores in disease transmission. Animal Conservation 2016

11.Funk A,  Goutard F,  Miguel E, Bourgarel M, Chevalier V, Faye B, Peiris J. S. M, Van Kerkhove M and Roger F. MERS-CoV at the Animal–Human Interface: Inputs on Exposure Pathways from an Expert-Opinion Elicitation.Front. Vet. Sci., 05 October 2016

10. Mercat. M., E. Ruppe, O. Clermont, M. deGarine-Wichatitsky, E. Miguel, H. Valls Fox, D. Cornelis, A. Andremont, E Denamur and A. Caron. Escherichia coli populations sharing and antibioresistance gradient at a buffalo/cattle interface in southern Africa. In press in Applied and Environmental Microbiology

9. Miguel E, Perera RAPM, Baubekova A, Chevalier V, Faye B, Akhmetsadykov N, et al. Absence of Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus in camelids, Kazakhstan, 2015 [letter]. Emerg Infect Dis. 2016 Mar [date cited].

8. Miguel, E., T. Boulinier, A. Caron, H. Fritz, M. de Garine-Wichatitsky, and V. Grosbois (2014). Characterising tick communities at a wild-domestic interface using repeated sampling protocols and models. Acta Tropica 138: 5–14

7. Vial, F., E. Miguel, T. Johnston, A. Mitchell and C. Donnelly. (2013). Bovine tuberculosis risk factors for British herds before and after the 2001 foot-and-mouth epidemic: what have we learned from the TB99 and CCS2005 studies? Transboundary and Emerging Disease. ISSN:1865-1674

6. Miguel, E., V. Grosbois, A. Caron, T. Boulinier, H. Fritz, D. Cornélis, C. Foggin, P. V. Makaya, P. T. Tshabalala, and M. de Garine-Wichatitsky. (2013). Contacts and foot and mouth disease transmission from wild to domestic bovines in Africa. Ecological Society of America: Ecosphere. 4:art51. –

5. Caron, A., E. Miguel, C. Gomo, P. Makaya, D. M. Pfukenyi, C. Foggin, T. Hove, and M. de Garine-Wichatitsky. (2013). Relationship between burden of infection in ungulate populations and wildlife/livestock interfaces. Epidemiology & Infection. 141:1522–1535

4. Miguel, E., V. Grosbois, C. Berthouly-Salazarc, A. Caron, J. Cappelle, and F. Roger. (2013). A meta-analysis of observational epidemiological studies of Newcastle disease in African agro-systems, 1980–2009. Epidemiology & Infection. 141:1117-1133

3. de Garine-Wichatitsky, M., E. Miguel, B. Mukamuri, E. Garine-Wichatitsky, J. Wencelius, J. Manjengwa, D. Pfukenyi, and A. Caron. (2012). Coexisting with wildlife in Transfrontier Conservation Areas in Zimbabwe: cattle owners’ awareness of disease risks and perception of the role played by wildlife. Comparative Immunology Microbiology and Infectious Diseases. 36:321-332.

2. Bonadonna, F., E. Miguel, V. Grosbois, P. Jouventin, and J. M. Bessiere. (2007). Individual odor recognition in birds: An endogenous olfactory signature on petrels’ feathers? J Chem Ecol .33:1819-1829.

Conference Paper

1. Caron, A., M. de Garine-Wichatitsky, C. Gomo, C. Foggin, E. Miguel, and D. Cornelis. (2011). Emergence of Bovine Tuberculosis in Wildlife in Southern Africa: A Threat for Livestock. 1st International One Health Conference, Melbourne, Australia. EcoHealth 7:S66-S66. – IF : 2.2

Media and Press

1. Miguel E, A. El Idrissi, V. Chevalier,  A. Caron, B. Faye, M. Peiris, F. Roger. Ecological and epidemiological roles of camels Lessons from existing and emerging viral infections. FAO EMPRES 360 v46

2. Miguel E, B Roche, B Faye, F. Roger. MERS: comment ce virus a émergé et ce que l’on peut faire? The conversation 2016

  Book chapter

1. Miguel E. , F. Fournet, Franck Yao, Hamidou Niangaly, Nicolas Moiroux, Serge Yerbanga, Josselin Thuilliez, Bernard Cazelles, Roch Dabiré, Timothée Vergne, F. Simard, B. Roche. Optimizing puclic health strategies in low-income countries: Epidemiology, ecology and evolution of malaria. In Ecology and Evolution for the Control of Infectious Diseases.  Oxford University Press 2017.


Miguel E, et al (2018) EEID – Ecology and Evolution of Infectious Diseases – Glasgow- 1rst Poster price

Miguel E, et al (2016) One Health symposium, ZSL London, United Kingdom.
Miguel E, et al (2016) FAO – Ebola/MERS Cov technical meetings. Roma, Italy.
Miguel E, et al (2015) ISOCARD -Silk road camel conference- Kazakhstan.
Miguel E., et al. (2012). OIE / FAO – Global Conference on Foot and Mouth Disease Control, Bangkok, Thailand.
Miguel E., et al. (2010). National scientific symposium in ecology, Montpellier, France.


 Papers un review

1. Miguel, E., Roche B, Alexandre Caron, D. Pople, Vladirmir Grosbois and C.A. Donnelly. Wildlife culling for disease control : potential and practice.

2. R.N. Thompson, J.E. Stockwin, R.D. van Gaalen, J.A. Polonsky, P.A. Demarsh, E. Dahlqwist, S. Li, E. Miguel, T. Jombart, J. Lessler, S. Cauchemez and A. Cori. Improved inference of time-varying reproduction numbers during infectious disease





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