2017
Muehlenbein MP. 2017. Primates on display: Potential disease consequences beyond bushmeat. American Journal of Physical Anthropology. 162:32-43. pdf

2016
Muehlenbein MP. 2016. Disease and human/animal interactions. Annual Review of Anthropology. 45:395–416. pdf

2015
Muehlenbein MP, Pacheco MA, Taylor JE, Prall SP, Ambu L, Nathan S, Alsisto S, Ramirez D, Escalante AA. 2015. Accelerated diversification of nonhuman primate malarias in southeast Asia: adaptive radiation or geographic speciation? Molecular biology and evolution. 32(2):422-39. pdf

2014
Muehlenbein MP, Wallis J. Understanding risks of disease transmission associated with primate-based tourism. In: Russon A, Wallis J, eds. Primate-Focused
Tourism. Cambridge University Press, p. 278-291. pdf

2013
Muehlenbein MP. 2013. Health risks associated with ecotourism. Guest blog for the
International Association for Medical Assistance to Travellers http://www.iamat.org/blog/index.cfm/2013/5/31/Health-Risks-Associated-with-Ecotourism.

Muehlenbein MP, Lewis CM. 2013. Health assessment and epidemiology. In: Sterling,
Bynum and Blair, eds. Primate Ecology and Conservation: A Handbook of Techniques. Oxford University Press, 40-57. pdf

Samson DR, Muehlenbein MP, Hunt KD. 2013. Do chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes
schweinfurthii) exhibit sleep related behaviors that minimize exposure to parasitic
arthropods? A preliminary report on sleep site choice and the arthropod-repellent properties of tree species (Cynometra alexandri). Primates 54:73-80. pdf

2012
Muehlenbein MP. 2012. Emerging infectious diseases and human-wildlife interactions. In:
Brondizio and Moran, eds. Human-Environment Interactions. Springer, p. 79-94. pdf

Muehlenbein MP, Ancrenaz M, Sakong R, Ambu L, Prall SP, Fuller G, Raghanti MA. 2012.
Ape conservation physiology: Fecal glucocorticoid responses in wild Pongo pygmaeus morio following human visitation. PLoS ONE 7(3): e33357. pdf

2011
Ona F, Saubert S, Muehlenbein MP. 2011. Healthy communities: A rationale for surveillance. In: Compton DM, Muehlenbein MP (eds). Healthy Communities: Repositioning Public Park and Recreation Agencies as Catalysts for Healthy People. Educational workbook for the Indiana Park and Recreation Association, p. 30-36.

Piatt J, Compton DM, McDevitt P, Muehlenbein MP. 2011. Managing the healthy
community. In: Compton DM, Muehlenbein MP (eds). Healthy Communities:
Repositioning Public Park and Recreation Agencies as Catalysts for Healthy People.
Educational workbook for the Indiana Park and Recreation Association, p. 133-137.

2010
Muehlenbein MP. 2010. Evolutionary medicine, immunity and infectious diseases. In:
Muehlenbein, ed. Human Evolutionary Biology. Cambridge University Press, p. 459-490. pdf

Muehlenbein MP, Martinez LA, Lemke AA, Ambu L, Nathan S, Alsisto S, Sakong R. 2010.
Unhealthy travelers present challenges to sustainable ecotourism. Travel Medicine and Infectious Disease 8:169-175. pdf

2009
Muehlenbein MP, Ancrenaz M. 2009. Minimizing pathogen transmission at primate
ecotourism destinations: The need for input from travel medicine. Journal of Travel Medicine 16:229-232. pdf

Muehlenbein MP. 2009. The application of endocrine measures in primate parasite ecology.
Huffman and Chapman, eds. Primate Parasite Ecology: The Dynamics of Host-Parasite Relationships. Cambridge University Press, p. 63-81. pdf

2008
Muehlenbein MP, Martinez LA, Lemke AA, Andau P, Ambu L, Nathan S, Alsisto S, Sakong R. 2008. Perceived vaccination status in ecotourists and risks of anthropozoonoses. EcoHealth 5:371-378. pdf

2005
Muehlenbein MP. 2005. Parasitological analyses of the male chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes
schweinfurthii) at Ngogo, Kibale National Park, Uganda. American Journal of Primatology 65:167-179. pdf

2004
Etheredge GD, Michael G, Muehlenbein MP, Frenkel JK. 2004. The roles of cats and
dogs in Toxoplasma infection in Kuna and Embera children of eastern Panama. Pan
American Journal of Public Health 16:176-186. pdf

2003
Muehlenbein MP, Schwartz M, Richard A. 2003. Parasitological analyses of the sifaka
(Propithecus verreauxi verreauxi) at Beza Mahafaly, Madagascar. Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine 34:274-277. pdf