- 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 review or submitted
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.
- F. Vézina, Cornelius-Ruhs E, E. O’Connor, and A.G. Jimenez. Consequences of being phenotypically mismatched with the environment: rapid muscle ultrastructural changes in cold shocked black-capped chickadees (Poecile atricapillus). Submitted.
- Cornelius Ruhs, E., O.P. Love, L. Drainville, and F. Vézina. No common pesticides detected in snow buntings migrating across a farmland landscape. Submitted.
In the works
- 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.
- 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