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Dr Mary McIntyre

PositionSenior Research Fellow
DepartmentDepartment of Public Health (Wellington)
QualificationsMSc, PhD, DipTchg

Research

Mary's interests include mosquito ecology, public health entomology & biosecurity, ecosystems & emerging arthropod-borne and zoonotic pathogens, ecological ‘health’ & sustainability; benefits of green urban space for health & well-being.

Publications

Ammar, S. E., McIntyre, M. I., Swan, T., Kasper, J., Derraik, J. G. B., Baker, M. G., & Hales, S. (2019). Intercepted mosquitoes at New Zealand's ports of entry, 2001 to 2018: Current status and future concerns. Tropical Medicine & Infectious Disease, 4(3), 101. doi: 10.3390/tropicalmed4030101

Wilson, N., McIntyre, M., Blaschke, P., Muellner, P., Mansoor, O. D., & Baker, M. G. (2018). Potential public health benefits from eradicating rats in New Zealand cities and a tentative research agenda. Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand, 84(4), 280-290. doi: 10.1080/03036758.2017.1343193

Lal, A., Lill, A. W. T., Mcintyre, M., Hales, S., Baker, M. G., & French, N. P. (2015). Environmental change and enteric zoonoses in New Zealand: A systematic review of the evidence. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 39(1), 63-68. doi: 10.1111/1753-6405.12274

Wilson, N., McIntyre, M., McDonald, M., Tanner, H., Hart, K., Tomlinson, R., Thach, T., Campion, V., … Morrison, F., Andersen, E., & Bibby, S. (2005). Communication and health protection issues arising from a flooding emergency. Prehospital & Disaster Medicine, 20(3), 193-196.

Snell, A. E., Derraik, J. G. B., & McIntyre, M. (2005). Maorigoeldia argyropus Walker (Diptera: Culicidae): Is this another threatened endemic species? New Zealand Entomologist, 28, 95-99.

Journal - Research Article

Ammar, S. E., McIntyre, M. I., Swan, T., Kasper, J., Derraik, J. G. B., Baker, M. G., & Hales, S. (2019). Intercepted mosquitoes at New Zealand's ports of entry, 2001 to 2018: Current status and future concerns. Tropical Medicine & Infectious Disease, 4(3), 101. doi: 10.3390/tropicalmed4030101

Wilson, N., McIntyre, M., Blaschke, P., Muellner, P., Mansoor, O. D., & Baker, M. G. (2018). Potential public health benefits from eradicating rats in New Zealand cities and a tentative research agenda. Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand, 84(4), 280-290. doi: 10.1080/03036758.2017.1343193

Lal, A., Lill, A. W. T., Mcintyre, M., Hales, S., Baker, M. G., & French, N. P. (2015). Environmental change and enteric zoonoses in New Zealand: A systematic review of the evidence. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 39(1), 63-68. doi: 10.1111/1753-6405.12274

Wilson, N., McIntyre, M., McDonald, M., Tanner, H., Hart, K., Tomlinson, R., Thach, T., Campion, V., … Morrison, F., Andersen, E., & Bibby, S. (2005). Communication and health protection issues arising from a flooding emergency. Prehospital & Disaster Medicine, 20(3), 193-196.

Snell, A. E., Derraik, J. G. B., & McIntyre, M. (2005). Maorigoeldia argyropus Walker (Diptera: Culicidae): Is this another threatened endemic species? New Zealand Entomologist, 28, 95-99.

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Journal - Research Other

Baker, M., Wilson, N., McIntyre, M., & McLean, M. (2005). Findings and methodological lessons from a small case-control study into campylobacteriosis in Wellington [Letter]. New Zealand Medical Journal, 118(1220). Retrieved from http://journal.nzma.org.nz/journal/118-1220/1622/content.pdf

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