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Pat Schoff, Ph.D., Research Associate

Position and Focus

Current research is focusing on ecological toxicology with a specific focus on the prairie pothole region of the Midwest identifying amphibian indicators of ecosystem health.


Postdoctoral Institute for Enzyme Research, University of Wisconsin, Madison, 1982-86
Ph.D., Zoology and Physiology, University of Wyoming, 1982
B.S. Biology, University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point, 1976

Current Publications

  • 7: Robinson, Stacie J., Neitzel, David F., Moen, Ronald A., Craft, Meggan E., Hamilton, Karin E., Johnson, Lucinda B., Mulla, David J., Munderloh, Ulrike G., Redig, Patrick T., Smith, Kirk E., Turner, Clarence L. Umber, Jamie K. & Pelican, Katharine M.. 2015. Disease Risk in a Dynamic Environment: The Spread of Tick-Borne Pathogens in Minnesota, USA. EcoHealth 12:152--163.
  • 7: Fitzpatrick, Patricia Fonseca, Alberto & McAllister, Mary Louise. 2011. From the Whitehorse Mining Initiative Towards Sustainable Mining: lessons learned. Journal of Cleaner Production 19:376--384.
  • 7: Rohr, J R, Schotthoefer, A M, Raffel, T R, Carrick, H J, Halstead, N, Hoverman, J T, Johnson, C M, Johnson, L B, Lieske, C, Piwoni, M D Schoff, P K & Beasley, V R. 2008. Agrochemicals increase trematode infections in a declining amphibian species. Nature 455:1235--1239.
  • 7: Brooks, R P, Patil, G P, Fei, S, Gitelman, A I Myers, W L & Reavie, E D. 2007. The next generation of ecological indicators of wetland condition. Ecohealth 4:176--178.
  • 7: Schoff, P K & Ankley, G T. 2004. Effects of methoprene, its metabolites, and breakdown products on retinoid-activated pathways in transfected cell lines. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 23:1305--1310.
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