Keith Clay

College of Arts and Sciences/Department of Biology IU Bloomington

Office phone:
812-855-8158
Email:
clay@indiana.edu

Areas of Expertise

Ticks, tick-borne disease, invasive species, environment, movement ecology, microbial symbiosis, disease and host ecology.

Expert Bio

A professor in the Indiana University Bloomington College of Arts and Sciences' Department of Biology, Keith Clay is a leader in the field of biology focused on studying how symbiotic relationships between organisms affect larger-scale ecological and evolutionary processes.

This work includes over a decade spent observing the changes in tick populations across Indiana. He is currently a co-leader on Vector Shield, an early-warning system for disease risk from ticks and mosquitoes in Indiana based at IU.

Clay is also member of IU's Environmental Resilience Institute, a part of the university's Prepared for Environmental Change Grand Challenge.

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Additional Information

The Clay Lab: http://www.indiana.edu/~symbios/Clay_Lab/Home.html

Movement Ecology: https://eri.iu.edu/understand/working-groups/movement-ecology.html

Long-term study on ticks reveals shifting migration patterns, disease risks: http://archive.news.indiana.edu/releases/iu/2015/05/tick-microbiome.shtml

Environmental Resilience Institute: https://eri.iu.edu/

Grand Challenges, Environmental Change: https://grandchallenges.iu.edu/environmental-change/index.html

Updated on: July 3, 2018