- Cornelius Ruhs, E., D. Borden, E. Pitman and T. Dallas. 2019. Do feather traits convey information about bird condition during fall migration? The Wilson Journal of Ornithology.
- Cornelius-Ruhs, E., F. Vézina and W. Karasov. 2018. Physiological and immune responses of free-living, temperate birds provided a gradient of food supplementation. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology, special issue on Ecoimmunology.
- Cornelius, E.A., F. Vèzina, L. Regimbald, F. Hallot, M. Petit, O. Love and W. Karasov. 2017. Chickadees faced with unpredictable food increase fat reserves but certain components of their immune system decline. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 90(2): 190-200.
- Dallas, T. and E.A. Cornelius. 2015. Co-extinction in a host-parasite network: identifying key hosts for network stability. Nature Scientific Reports 5, 13185; doi: 10.1038/srep13185.
- Cornelius, E.A., A.K. Davis, S.M. Altizer. 2014. How important are hemoparasites to migratory songbirds? Evaluating physiological measures and infection status in three Neotropical migrants during stopover. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology.
- Owen, J.C., E.A. Cornelius, D.A. Arsnoe, and M.C. Garvin. 2013. Leukocyte response to Eastern Equine Encephalomyelitis Encephalitis Virus in a wild passerine bird. Avian Diseases
- Davis, A.K. and E. Cornelius. 2013. Do infections lead to higher feather mite loads in birds? A test with mycoplasmal conjunctivitis in house finches.The Auk
- E.A. Cornelius and D. Cox. 2013. Tachinid parasitism in adult horned passalus beetles (Odontotaenius disjunctus) at the Wormsloe Historic Site, Savannah, GA. Journal of Entomological Science.
In the works
- Cornelius Ruhs, E., F. Vézina, M. Walker and W. Karasov. Who pays the bill? The effects of increased parental workload on parental and nestling condition. In review.
In the works
- Cornelius-Ruhs E, A.G. Jimenez, E. O’Connor, and F. Vézina. Consequences of being phenotypically mismatched with the environment: rapid muscle ultrastructural changes in cold shocked black-capped chickadees (Poecile atricapillus).
- A.G. Jimenez, E. Cornelius-Ruhs, K. Tobin, K. Anderson, F. Vézina. Consequences of being phenotypically mismatched with the environment: rapid oxidative stress changes in cold shocked black-capped chickadees (Poecile atricapillus).
- Cornelius Ruhs, E., F. Hallot, O. Love, N.R. Le François and F. Vézina. In the absence of threats of starvation and predation, chickadees give-up lean mass to maintain fat reserves.
- Cornelius Ruhs, E., O.P. Love, L. Drainville, and F. Vézina. No common pesticides detected in snow buntings migrating across a farmland landscape.
- A.K. Davis and E. Cornelius Ruhs. Is migration stressful for birds? A review of evidence on stress hormones and heterophil:lymphocyte ratios.
- Cornelius Ruhs, E., Piersma, T, Chastel, O. and Vézina, F. Triidothyronine is associated with heat production but not energy intake in a long-distance migratory shorebird.
- Vézina, F, Régimbald, L., Roy, J., Pereira, F., Cornelius Ruhs, E. and Love, O.P. The cost of phenotypic mismatch: warm acclimated siskins eat three times more food but loose three times more fat after a drop in temperature than cold acclimated individuals