Publications

SCHOLARLY/CREATIVE ACTIVITES

A. Works in Print (including works accepted, forthcoming, in press)

1. Books (if not refereed, please indicate)

a. Scholarly Monographs:

Rohde, Rodney E. 2011. Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) Knowledge, Learning, and Adaptation: I guess everything changes when it happens to you – their stories. LAP Lambert Academic Publishing GmbH & Co. KG, Dudweiler Landstraße 99, 66123 Saarbrücken, Germany. ISBN 978-3-8433-8225-0

b. Textbooks: NA

c. Edited Books:

Wilson, PJ, Rohde R.E. et al. 2019. Rabies: Clinical Considerations and Exposure Evaluations. Elsevier Press, St. Louis, Missouri 63043. (Invited book). ISBN: 978-0-323-63979-8  Ordering information: https://www.elsevier.com/books/rabies/wilson/978-0-323-63979-8

d. Chapters in Books:

Rohde, R.E., Weigum, S., & McGowin, C., Chapter 8, “Nucleic Acid-Based Analytic Methods for Microbial Identification and Characterization.” In P. Tille (ed), Bailey & Scott’s Diagnostic Microbiology, 14th edition, St. Louis, Missouri: 14th edition, Elsevier Inc., 2017 [ISBN 978-0-323-35482-0]

Rohde, R.E., & McGowin, C., Chapter 13, “Staphylococcus, Micrococcus, and Similar Organisms.” In P. Tille (ed), Bailey & Scott’s Diagnostic Microbiology, 14th edition, St. Louis, Missouri: 14th edition, Elsevier Inc., 2017 [ISBN 978-0-323-35482-0]

Rohde, R.E., & McGowin, C., Chapter 44, “Cell Wall-Deficient Bacteria.” In P. Tille (ed), Bailey & Scott’s Diagnostic Microbiology, 14th edition, St. Louis, Missouri: 14th edition, Elsevier Inc., 2017 [ISBN 978-0-323-35482-0]

Rohde, R.E., & McGowin, C., Chapter 64, “Overview of the Methods and Strategies in Virology.” In P. Tille (ed), Bailey & Scott’s Diagnostic Microbiology, 14th edition, St. Louis, Missouri: 14th edition, Elsevier Inc., 2017 [ISBN 978-0-323-35482-0]

Rohde, R.E., & McGowin, C., Chapter 65, “Viruses in Human Disease.” In P. Tille (ed), Bailey & Scott’s Diagnostic Microbiology, 14th edition, St. Louis, Missouri: 14th edition, Elsevier Inc., 2017 [ISBN 978-0-323-35482-0]

Rohde, R.E., & McGowin, C., Chapter 78, “Infection Control.” In P. Tille (ed), Bailey & Scott’s Diagnostic Microbiology, 14th edition, St. Louis, Missouri: 14th edition, Elsevier Inc., 2017 [ISBN 978-0-323-35482-0]

Rohde, Rodney E. & Mayes, Bonny C. “Molecular Diagnosis and Epidemiology of Rabies.” In P. Hu, M. Hedge, & P.A. Lennon (eds.), Modern Clinical Molecular Techniques (New Edition), NY: Springer Press, 2012. [ISBN 978-1-4614-2169-6]: http://www.springer.com/medicine/pathology/book/978-1-4614-2169-6

McGowin, Chris L., Rohde, Rodney E. & Whitlock, Greg C. “Other Pathogens of Significant Public Health Concern.” In P. Hu, M. Hedge, & P.A. Lennon (eds.), Modern Clinical Molecular Techniques (New Edition), NY: Springer Press, 2012. [ISBN 978-1-4614-2169-6]: http://www.springer.com/medicine/pathology/book/978-1-4614-2169-6

e. Creative Books:

Wilson, Pamela, J. 2009. Tales From Tubblewood Too: Miss Duck to the Rescue. AuthorHouse, Bloomington, Indiana {R. Rohde contributor to this book}

Wilson, Pamela, J. 2005. Puppy Pal Pointers: From the True Tails of Ripple and Jessie. AuthorHouse, Bloomington, Indiana ISBN 1-4208-0629. {R. Rohde contributor to this book (pp. 7-9) for the education of pet owners with respect to zoonotic disease}

PEER REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS

2. Articles

a. Refereed Journal Articles:

Rohde R.E. Just what do you know about gonorrhea? Invited Monthly Columnist for “Under the Microscope” – Healthcare Hygiene Magazine. August 2020, Volume 2, Issue 8, p.8. https://joom.ag/twZC/p8

Rohde R.E. COVID-19 Testing: Is it time to jump into the pool? Invited American Society of Microbiology article. July 20, 2020. https://asm.org/Articles/2020/July/COVID-19-Pool-Testing-Is-It-Time-to-Jump-In

Rohde R.E. (Bio)filming in the Environment. Invited Monthly Columnist for “Under the Microscope” – Healthcare Hygiene Magazine. July 2020, Volume 2, Issue 7, p.8. https://joom.ag/clTC/p8

Rohde R.E. Tuberculosis: It Keeps on Keeping On. Invited Monthly Columnist for “Under the Microscope” – Healthcare Hygiene Magazine. June 2020, Volume 2, Issue 6, p.8. https://joom.ag/u68C/p8

Rohde R.E. The Coronavirus Pandemic Isn’t Over: Keep Washing Your Hands As Economies Reopen. Forbes, Coronavirus Frontlines, Healthcare. June 10, 2020. https://www.forbes.com/sites/coronavirusfrontlines/2020/06/10/the-coronavirus-pandemic-isnt-over-keep-washing-your-hands-as-economies-reopen/#59ee5f2a54f0

Rohde R.E. The Environment can be a Dangerous Place. Invited Monthly Columnist for “Under the Microscope” – Healthcare Hygiene Magazine. May 2020, Volume 2, Issue 5, p.9.   https://joom.ag/tw1C/p8

Rohde R.E. Beating Pandemics Like COVID-19 Requires More Medical Laboratory Professionals, This Virologist Explains. Forbes, Coronavirus Frontlines, Healthcare. April 23, 2020. https://www.forbes.com/sites/coronavirusfrontlines/2020/04/22/beating-pandemics-like-covid-19-requires-more-medical-laboratory-professionals-this-virologist-explains/?fbclid=IwAR1M3suIlaPqYS7U1N7i_zT13SFOBu4CmrJPLJ0SK_SCGp7T6ZIpG12vI7I#48f108366e32

Rohde R.E. Celebrating Medical Laboratory Professionals – We Save Lives Every Day! American Society for Microbiology, Invited online article, April 23, 2020. https://asm.org/Articles/2020/April/Celebrating-Medical-Laboratory-Professionals-We

Rohde R.E. Some Truths About#SARSCoV2 / #COVID19 / #coronavirus. Invited article for Medical Laboratory Professionals’ Association of Ontario (MLPAO), Spring 2020 ADVOCATE 27(1):5-6. April 2, 2020. https://www.mlpao.org/post/some-truths-about-sarscov2—covid19—coronavirus

Rohde R.E. Exactly What is Clostridioides difficile (C. diff)?  Invited Monthly Columnist for “Under the Microscope” – Healthcare Hygiene Magazine. April 2020, Volume 2, Issue 4, p.10.  https://joom.ag/mlYC 

Rohde R.E. Uncovering the Novel Coronavirus. Invited Monthly Columnist for “Under the Microscope” – Healthcare Hygiene Magazine. February 2020, Volume 3, Issue 2. https://joom.ag/CjXC/p10

Rohde R.E. 6 of the Most Common Coronavirus questions the Media is Asking. Invited article, Elsevier Connect, February 6, 2020. https://www.elsevier.com/connect/6-of-the-most-common-coronavirus-questions-the-media-is-asking

Rohde R.E. Walking Through the Microscopic Valley of Death. Invited Monthly Columnist for “Under the Microscope” – Healthcare Hygiene Magazine. February 2020, Volume 2, Issue 2. https://joom.ag/FSBe/p8

Rohde R.E. Novel Coronavirus Lab Protocols and Responses: Next Steps An introduction to coronavirus biology and genetics. February 3, 2020.Invited article. https://asm.org/Articles/2020/February/Next-Steps-for-Novel-Coronavirus-Medical-Laborator

Rohde R.E. 2019 Novel #Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) Update: Uncoating the Virus Should You Be Worried about the Novel Coronavirus Outbreak? January, 31, 2020. Invited article.  https://asm.org/Articles/2020/January/2019-Novel-Coronavirus-2019-nCoV-Update-Uncoating

Rohde R.E. A Microbial Home for the Holidays? Invited Monthly Columnist for “Under the Microscope” – Healthcare Hygiene Magazine. January 2020, Volume 2, Issue 1. https://www.healthcarehygienemagazine.com/monthly-issues/

Rohde R.E. KPC: The Beginning of the End? Invited Monthly Columnist for “Under the Microscope” – Healthcare Hygiene Magazine. December 2019. https://joom.ag/8Rve/p8

Rohde R.E. #PublicHealth Matters ALL the time to EVERYONE – Public Health Thank You Day #PHTYD19. Invited online article for InfectionControl.tips, November 25, 2019. https://infectioncontrol.tips/2019/11/25/publichealth-matters-all-the-time-to-everyone-public-health-thank-you-day-phtyd19/

Rohde R.E. Healthcare Associated Infections (#HAIs) – I guess everything changes when it happens to you! Invited Monthly Columnist for “Under the Microscope” – Healthcare Hygiene Magazine. November 2019. https://www.healthcarehygienemagazine.com/monthly-issues/

Windsor W. Jon & Rohde R.E. An Evaluation of the Influenza Hospitalization Surveillance Network (IHSN). American Society for Clinical Laboratory Science, Clin Lab Sci October 2019, ascls.119.001834; DOI: https://doi.org/10.29074/ascls.119.001834

Rohde R.E. Sitting at the Intersection of Microbes and Surfaces. Invited Monthly Columnist for “Under the Microscope” – Health Hygiene Magazine. October 2019. https://www.healthcarehygienemagazine.com/monthly-issues/

Rohde R.E. Rabies Disease, Transmission and Prevention: Just What Do You Know About Rabies? American Society for Microbiology, Invited online article, September 23, 2019. https://asm.org/Articles/2019/September/Rabies-Disease,-Transmission-and-Prevention-Just-W

Caruana LB, Redwine, GD, Rohde RE, et al.  A prospective study of patients diagnosed with sarcoidosis: factors – environmental exposure, health assessment, and genetic outlooks. SARCOIDOSIS VASCULITIS AND DIFFUSE LUNG DISEASES 2019; 36 (3); 228-242. https://www.mattioli1885journals.com/index.php/sarcoidosis/article/view/7112/8163

Rohde, R.E. Preventing diagnostic errors by uniting the clinical laboratory with direct patient care. Elsevier Connect, April 18, 2019. https://www.elsevier.com/connect/preventing-diagnostic-errors-by-uniting-the-clinical-laboratory-with-direct-patient-care

Rohde, R.E. & McNamara, R.P.  Globalization and Antimicrobial Resistance: A Moving Target. Clin Lab Sci, 2018; DOI: http://clsjournal.ascls.org/content/early/2018/06/04/ascls.118.000489

Milholland, M.T., I. Castro-Arellano*, G. Suzán, G.E. Garcia-Peña, T.E. Lee Jr., R.E. Rohde, et al. Global Diversity and Distribution of Hantaviruses and Their Hosts. EcoHealth (2018): pp. 1-46. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10393-017-1305-2

Gibbs K.A., Rohde R.E., Sanders B. et al. Staphylococcus and MRSA Prevalence in Physical Therapist Education Programs: Are Students at Risk? Journal of Physical Therapy Education, March 2018;32(1):65-69. https://journals.lww.com/jopte/Fulltext/2018/03000/Staphylococcus_and_MRSA_Prevalence_in_Physical.9.aspx

Rohde, R.E. To Better Target HAIs and Superbugs, Let’s Set our Sights on the Unsung, Everyday Heroes of EVS. Perspectives, Infection Control Today, pp. 12-14. http://digital.infectioncontroltoday.com/i/861975-sep-2017

Pérez, E., Uyan, B., Rohde, R.E., Wehbe-Janek, H., Hochhalter, A.K., & Fenton, S.H. Assessing Catheter Associated Urinary Tract Infections Prevention Interventions in Intensive Care Units: A Discrete Event Simulation Study (MDM-15-226). IIE Transactions on Healthcare Systems Engineering – Health Care Operations Management, http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/19488300.2016.1265616   Jan 3, 2017

Sharma, S., Graham, R., Rohde, R.E., Ceballos, N.A. Stress-induced change in serum BDNF is related to quantitative family history of alcohol use disorder and age at first alcohol use. Pharmacology, Biochemistry and Behavior, 153 (2017): 12-17. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.pbb.2016.12.002

Rohde, R.E. “I guess everything changes when it happens to you” – Editorial Reflections on #WorldMRSADay September 30, 2016. http://infectioncontrol.tips/2016/09/30/world-mrsa-day-editorial/

Wilson, P.J. & Rohde, R.E. The many faces of rabies: High- and low-risk animals, different ways to get rabies – and tips to prevent it. September 22, 2016. https://www.elsevier.com/connect/the-many-faces-of-rabies

Rohde, R.E. & Noblit, Steph. Behind the curtain. Feature article, April 25, 2016. Advance for Laboratory. http://laboratory-manager.advanceweb.com/Features/Articles/Behind-the-Curtain.aspx?platform=hootsuite

Rohde, R.E. & Noblit, Steph. Revealing the “hidden profession that saves lives.” Elsevier Connect, April 25, 2016. https://www.elsevier.com/connect/revealing-the-hidden-profession-that-saves-lives

Rohde, R.E. Medical Laboratory Professionals Save Lives Every day, but do you know who we are? Editorial, April 20, 2016. http://infectioncontrol.tips/2016/04/20/medical-laboratory-professionals/

Rohde, R.E. & Noblit, Steph. The Hidden Profession that Saves Lives Everyday – Medical Laboratory Science. April 19, 2016. Vol. 1. http://www.labtestingmatters.org/the-hidden-profession-that-saves-lives-every-day-medical-laboratory-science/

Rohde, R.E. Infection Prevention: Housekeepers Are Your SSI Foot Soldiers
A dedicated cleaning crew is the first line of defense against infections. Outpatient Surgery Magazine, April 16, 2016; XVII, No. 4. http://magazine.outpatientsurgery.net/i/662668-battle-post-op-pain-without-opioids-april-2016-subscribe-to-outpatient-surgery-magazine/114

Riggs JM, McLean RJC, Rohde RE, Aron GM (2016) Development of Teicoplanin Tolerance  by  Staphylococcus  epidermidis  and  Increased  Susceptibility  to  Bacteriophage Type 92 by Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus in Polymicrobial Biofilms. J Infect Dis Epidemiol 2:009

Rohde, R.E. Colour-Coding to Prevent Hospital Infections. InfectionControl.tips http://infectioncontrol.tips/2016/02/12/colour-coding-to-prevent-hospital-infections/

Rohde, R.E., Felker, M., Regan, J. et al. Healthcare-Associated Infections (HAI): The Perfect Storm has Arrived! R.E. Rohde – Invited Focus Series. Clin Lab Sci Winter 2016;29(1):28-31.

Tille, P., Rohde, R.E., Regan, J. et al. The Perfect Storm: Emerging Trends and Pathogens in Healthcare. R.E. Rohde – Invited Focus Series. Clin Lab Sci Winter 2016;29(1):32-38.

Regan, J., Rohde, R.E., Mitchell, A.H. et al. The Legal Landscape: HAI Public Reporting in the United States. R.E. Rohde – Invited Focus Series. Clin Lab Sci Winter 2016;29(1):38-42.

Mitchell, A.H. Rohde, R.E., Tille, P. et al. The Changing Role of the Healthcare Environment. R.E. Rohde – Invited Focus Series. Clin Lab Sci Winter 2016;29(1):42-46.

Rohde, R.E. Zika Cases Confirmed in North America: Time to Panic? InfectionControl.tips http://infectioncontrol.tips/2016/01/14/zika-cases-confirmed-in-north-america-time-to-panic/

Rohde, R.E. Two Laboratory Tests you must Demand – Advice from MRSA Survivors and a Scientist. InfectionControl.tips http://infectioncontrol.tips/2016/01/11/2labtests-mrsa/

*Dhagat, P.V., Gibbs, K.A., and Rohde, R.E. Prevalence of Staphylococcus, including Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA), in a Physical Therapy Educational Facility. Journal of Allied Health 12/2015; 44(4):215-218.

  • *CLS Undergraduate publication (Rohde PI); International & National poster recognition

Wilson, P.J. & Rohde, R.E. 8 things you may not know about rabies but should. Elsevier Connect, September 28, 2015. http://www.elsevier.com/connect/8-things-you-may-not-know-about-rabies-but-should

Rohde, R.E. Tips for success on your path to tenure. Elsevier Connect, September 17, 2015. https://www.elsevier.com/connect/tips-for-success-on-your-path-to-tenure

Rohde, R.E. September 2015. What is a Mentor? ASCLS Today 29(8), p.9, 14-15.

Rohde, R.E., Falleur, D.M., and Ellis, J.R. Elsevier Connect: March 9, 2015. Almost anyone can perform your medical laboratory tests – wait, what?

Rohde, R.E. 11 Pointers for College Success from a Professor (and Dad). December 3, 2014. http://www.elsevier.com/connect/11-pointers-for-college-success-from-a-professor-and-dad

Griffith, James T. and Rohde, R.E. Ebola: Implications for the Clinical Laboratory. December 2014; Clin Lab Sci :1-6. See: http://www.ascls.org/images/publications/journals/Ebola_virus_manuscript.pdf

Coulter, L.B., McLean, R.J.C., Rohde, R.E., and Aron, G.M. Effect of Bacteriophage Infection in Combination with Tobramycin on the Emergence of Resistance in Escherichia coli and Pseudomonas aeruginosa Biofilms. Viruses 2014, 6(10), 3778-3786; doi:10.3390/v6103778

  • *Featured in World Biomedical Frontiers, because of its innovation and potential for significant impact: https://lnkd.in/euiZuPY

Rohde, R.E. A Secret Weapon for Preventing HAIs: A scientist’s message to hospitals trying to rid themselves of healthcare-associated infections. Elsevier Connect, July 15, 2014. http://www.elsevier.com/connect/a-secret-weapon-for-preventing-hais

Rohde, R.E. and Regan, Julie. MRSA: Science and the Law. Advance 2014;23(3):30-33. http://laboratory-manager.advanceweb.com/sharedResources/EBook/2014/March/AL031014/index.html#/32/

Rohde, R.E. The Hidden Profession that Saves Lives – Medical Laboratory Science (also called Clinical Laboratory Science) is one of the most under-recognized health professions – with excellent job prospects. Elsevier Connect, February 11, 2014. http://www.elsevier.com/connect/the-hidden-profession-that-saves-lives

Rohde, R.E., Patterson, T., Covington, B., Redwine, G., Vásquez, B., & Carranco, E., Staphylococcus, not MRSA?  A Final Report of Carriage and Conversion Rates in Nursing Students. Clin Lab Sci 2014;27(1):21-31.

McGowin, C.L., Rohde, R.E., and Redwine, G. Molecular Diagnosis of Sexually Transmitted Infections: A Diverse and Dynamic Landscape. R.E. Rohde – Invited Focus Series. Clin Lab Sci 2014;27(1):40-42.

McGowin, C.L., Rohde, R.E., and Redwine, G. More than just a test result: Molecular screening of Human Papilloma Virus for contemporary management of cervical cancer risk. R.E. Rohde – Invited Focus Series. Clin Lab Sci 2014;27(1):43-46.

McGowin, C.L., Rohde, R.E., and Redwine, G. Epidemiological and clinical rationale for Mycoplasma genitalium testing.  R.E. Rohde – Invited Focus Series. Clin Lab Sci 2014;27(1):47-52.

McGowin, C.L., Rohde, R.E., and Redwine, G. Trichomonas vaginalis: Common, curable and in the diagnostic spotlight. R.E. Rohde – Invited Focus Series. Clin Lab Sci 2014;27(1):53-56.

Rohde, R.E. Ten Tips to Finishing your PhD Faster. Elsevier Connect, 2013 http://www.elsevier.com/connect/10-tips-to-finishing-your-phd-faster

Bonny Mayes, MA; Pamela J. Wilson, MEd; Ernest H. Oertli, DVM, PhD, DACVPM; Patrick R. Hunt, BS; Rodney E. Rohde, PhD, MS. Epidemiology of rabies in bats in Texas, 2001-2010. J Am Vet Med Assoc 2013;243:1129–1137.

Rohde, R.E. October 2012. What the Education and Research Fund can do for YOU! ASCLS Today 26(9), p.6, 15.

Garcia, S.A., McKenzie, J.F., Patterson, T & Rohde, R.E.  Snapshot Prevalence and Characterization of Staphylococci, including MRSA, in a Student Athletic Facility: An Undergraduate Research Project. Clin Lab Sci 2012;25(3):156-164.

  • 2nd faculty-CLS undergrad publication at Texas State
  • Project organization & design overseen by R.E. Rohde

Rohde, R.E., Rowder, C., Patterson, T., Redwine, G., Vásquez, B., & Carranco, E. Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA): An Interim Report of Carriage and Conversion Rates in Nursing Students. Clin Lab Sci 2012;25(2):94-101

Rohde, R.E. & Ross-Gordon, Jovita. MRSA model of learning and adaptation: a qualitative study among the general public. BMC Health Services Research, 2012, 12:88.  Available at http://www.biomedcentral.com/1472-6963/12/88/abstract

Patterson, T.L. & Rohde, R.E. Five Rules that can Build Effective Training Objectives and Plans. Medical Laboratory Observer 2011;43(5). Available at http://www.mlo-online.com/features/201105/default.aspx

Patterson, T.L., Redwine, G.D., & Rohde, R.E. Pseudoscience in the Clinical Laboratory. Medical Laboratory Observer 2011;43(1). Available at http://www.mlo-online.com/features/2011_january/1101_PS.aspx

Ph.D. Dissertation – Rohde, R.E. 2010. Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA): Knowledge, Learning, and Adaptation. Texas State University Library, San Marcos, TX

Rohde, R.E., Falleur, D., Redwine, G.D., & Patterson, T.L. (Summer 2010). Growing our Own: Teaching and Doing Research in CLS. Clin Lab Sci 2010;23(3)Suppl:3-11

  • Ranked #2 by BioMedLib (www.BioMedLib.com) “Who is Publishing in my Domain”

Reardon, R. F., Traverse, M. A., Feakes, D. A., Gibbs, K. A., & Rohde, R. E. Discovering the Determinants of Chemistry Course Perceptions in Undergraduate Students. Journal of Chemical Education. doi: 10.1021/ed100198r

Rohde, R.E. Denham, R., & Brannon, A. (Summer, 2009). Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus aureus: Nasal Carriage Rate and Characterization in a Texas University Setting. Clinical Laboratory Science, 22(3): 176-184.

  • 1st faculty-CLS undergrad publication at Texas State

Ernest H. Oertli, DVM, PhD, Diplomate ACVPM; Pamela J. Wilson, MEd; Patrick R. Hunt, BS; Thomas J. Sidwa, DVM; Rodney E. Rohde, MS, SV, SM, MP (ASCP). (2009). Rabies in Skunks in Texas. JAVMA, 234(5): 1-5.

Rohde, R.E., Falleur, D., & Kostroun, P. (Winter, 2009). Molecular Diagnostics CLS Course Design: Making it Real. Clinical Laboratory Science, 22(1): 9-15.

  • Ranked #1 by BioMedLib (www.BioMedLib.com) “Who is Publishing in my Domain”

Rivers, M. N., Alexander, J. L., Rohde, R. E., & Rush Pierce Jr., J.  (2009). Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome (HPS) in Texas, 1993 – 2006. Southern Medical Journal, 102(1): 36-41.

Rohde, R.E. May, 2008. Controlling Rabies at its Source: The Texas Experience – Oral Rabies Vaccination Program. ASCLS Today, 22(5), 14-15.

Texas Department of Health and Correctional Facilities Workgroup (Rohde, R. workgroup member), October 2007, Prevention and Containment of Staphylococcal  Infections in Communities.  Clinical Guidelines available from the Texas Department of State Health Services, Publication No. E59-12824

Rohde, R.E.  September, 2007. Rabies: An Old Disease for a New GenerationASCLS Today Newsletter, 21(8), 14-15.

Felkner, Marilyn, R. E. Rohde, Ana Maria Valle-Rivera, Tamara Baldwin, and L.P. (Sky) Newsome.  Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus aureus Nasal Carriage Rate in Texas County Jail Inmates.  Journal of Correctional Health Care, 2007;13(4): 289-295.

  • Ranked in 50 most read articles (#20) in this journal
  • Rohde received the ASCLS National Scientific Research Award for this project, only one award in U.S.

Rohde, R. and L. Fletcher.  South Central Regional News. Biolink Connection Newsletter for the National Advanced Technological Education Resource Center for Biotechnology.  Vol. 8 No. 1: October 2006

Texas Department of Health and Correctional Facilities Workgroup (Rohde, R. workgroup member), April 2006, Prevention, Treatment, and Containment of Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus Infections in County Jails.  Clinical Guidelines available from the Texas Department of State Health Services, Publication No. 59-12493

Leslie, MJ, Messenger S, Rohde RE, Smith J, Cheshier R, Hanlon C, et al. Bat-associated rabies virus in skunks. Emerg Infect Dis [serial on the Internet]. 2006 Aug [date cited]. Available from http://www.cdc.gov/ncidod/EID/vol12no08/05-1526.htm

  • Interview story on National Geographic News, May 4th, 2009, “New, Fast-Evolving Rabies Virus Found — And Spreading”, http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2009/05/090504-rabies-evolution.html
  • 1st documentation in literature of a bat rabies variant serially transmitted in a terrestrial population
  • Nomination for Charles C. Shepard Science Award “Assessment and Epidemiology” from Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Sidwa, T., P. Wilson, G. Moore, E. Oertli, B. Hicks, R.E. Rohde and D. Johnston.  Evaluation of Oral Rabies Vaccination Programs for control of rabies epizootics in coyotes and gray foxes: 1995-2003. J Am Vet Med Assoc 2005;227(5):785-792.

Rohde R. E. contributing author.  2005.  American Society of Clinical Pathology Board of Registry Comprehensive Examination.  The American Society for Clinical Pathology, Inc., 2100 W. Harrison St., Chicago, IL, 60612

Rohde R. E. , K.M. Mulawski and M. Oates.  August 2004.  National Laboratory Training Network Public Health Series Course: Molecular Diagnostic Techniques for the Public Health Laboratory.  Laboratory Medicine 35, No 8: 10-14.

Rohde RE, Mayes BC, Smith JS, Neill SU. Bat rabies, Texas, 1996–2000. Emerg Infect Dis [serial online]. 2004 May [date cited].

  • Ranked #1 by BioMedLib (www.BioMedLib.com) “Who is Publishing in my Domain”

Rohde R.E., P.J Wilson, B.C. Mayes, E. Oertli and J.S. Smith.  January 2004.  Rabies: Methods and Guidelines for Assessing a Clinical Rarity.  American Society for Clinical Pathology, 2004 Microbiology No. MB-4 Tech Sample  21-29.

Sabouraud, A., J.S. Smith, L.A. Orciari, C. de Mattos, C. de Mattos, and R.E. Rohde.  1999.   Typing of rabies virus isolates by DNA enzyme immunoassay. J Clin Virol. 12: 9-19.

Rohde R.E. and C. Hodges.  1998.   Healthy Texans: The Veterinary Perspective.  Texas Veterinarian 60, No 2: p. 16.

Rohde R.E., S.U.Neill, K.A. Clark, and J.S. Smith.  1997.  Molecular epidemiology of rabies epizootics in Texas.  J Clin Virol. 8:209-217.

Rohde, R.  1992.  Effect of Pokeweed Antiviral Protein in Combination with Guanidine on Poliovirus Macromolecular Synthesis: Master’s Thesis.  Southwest Texas State University Library, San Marcos, TX

b. Non-refereed Articles:
N/A

3. Conference Proceedings
a. Refereed Conference Proceedings

Crippen, T.L., M.E. Benbow, J. Pechal, B. Singh, J.K. Tomberlin, A.M. Tarone, S.E. Dowd, R. Rohde, and *M. Burke. 2014. Swine as a model for decomposition: a comparison of postmortem microbiomes. Proc. Amer. Acad. Foren. Sci. 20: 362-363.

  • *CLS Undergraduate Research – M. Burke, Multi-institutional project – USDA, University of Dayton, Texas A&M University, Mr. DNA (company) & Texas State University, R.E. Rohde, Advisor

Singh, B., T.L. Crippen, A.M. Tarone, J. Pechal, M.E. Benbow, *M. Burke, R. Rohde, and J.K. Tomberlin. 2014. Utility of bacteria with human cadavers in estimation of postmortem interval (PMI). Proc. Amer. Acad. Foren. Sci. 20: 360-361.

  • *CLS Undergraduate Research – M. Burke, Multi-institutional project – USDA, University of Dayton, Texas A&M University, Mr. DNA (company) & Texas State University, R.E. Rohde, Advisor

Benbow, M.E., J. Pechal, B. Singh, J.K. Tomberlin, *M. Burke, R. Rohde, and T.L. Crippen. 2014. An initial assessment of the structure and function of the postmortem human microbiome: Forensic applications. Proc. Amer. Acad. Foren. Sci. 20: 360.

  • *CLS Undergraduate Research – M. Burke, Multi-institutional project – USDA, University of Dayton, Texas A&M University, Mr. DNA (company) & Texas State University, R.E. Rohde, Advisor

b. Non-refereed
N/A

5. Reports:

Texas Department of Health and Correctional Facilities Workgroup (Rohde, R. workgroup member); October 2007, Prevention and Containment of Staphylococcal Infections in Communities; Clinical Guidelines available from the Texas Department of State Health Services, Publication No. E59-12824

Texas Department of Health and Correctional Facilities Workgroup (Rohde, R. workgroup member); April 2006, Prevention, Treatment, and Containment of Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus Infections in County Jails. Clinical Guidelines available from the Texas Department of State Health Services, Publication No. 59-12493

6. Reviews (Books, Journals, etc.):

Reviewed MediaLab 2017: Zika Virus: Overview and Laboratory Testing by Dr. David Moffa, https://www.medialabinc.net/courses/ May 26, 2017

Reviewed MediaLab 2016: Mosquito-Borne Viral Diseases by Dr. Lynda Britton, https://www.medialabinc.net/courses/ October 6, 2016

7. Other Works in Print:

Rohde, R.E. Invited interview with Tessa Weinberg of Fort Worth Star Telegram [176,219 daily 184,079 Sunday circulation] – Texas’ COVID testing has dropped as positivity rate climbs, giving virus ‘upper hand’. August 13, 2020. Read more here: https://www.star-telegram.com/news/coronavirus/article244876422.html#storylink=cpy

Rohde, R.E. Invited interview with Kate Rogers / Betsy Spring of CNBC [5.7 million viewership and CNBC continues to possess the wealthiest audience (in terms of average income) of any television channel in the United States] – Focus on Medical Laboratory Profession during COVID-19 Pandemic. August 9, 2020. https://www.cnbc.com/video/2020/08/09/the-hidden-profession-saving-lives.html

Rohde, R.E. Invited interview with Deb Schneider and Lomas Brown for Sportsslaw – Episode #22 – Featuring Dr. Rodney E. Rohde – The Impact of the Pandemic on Sports. August 5, 2020. https://www.facebook.com/sportsslaw/videos/765130940899316

Rohde, R.E. Invited interview for LiveScience.com [~3 million digital readership] by Nicoletta Lanese – Why hasn’t contact tracing managed to slow the massive surge of coronavirus in the US? July 21, 2020. https://www.livescience.com/covid19-contact-tracing-us-states.html

Rohde, R.E. Invited interview for LiveScience.com by Yasemin Saplakoglu – Should schools reopen amid the pandemic? July 17, 2020. https://www.livescience.com/coronavirus-should-schools-reopen-fall.html

Rohde, R.E. Invited interview for the #podcast on the Scott Thompson Show out of Ontario, Canada on 900 CHML. LISTEN in at the 7:55 minute mark for The Scott Thompson Podcast: Keeping the Canada-U.S. border closed, Purging Huawei from the U.K. 5G network & How the pandemic changed sex and dating. July 14, 2020. https://omny.fm/shows/scott-thompson-show/keeping-the-canada-u-s-border-closed-purging-huawe

Rohde, R.E. Invited interview story for Elite Daily [~50 million digital readership] by Margaret Blatz – Is Shopping In Person After Coronavirus Reopenings Safe? Experts Explain. July 10, 2020. https://www.elitedaily.com/p/is-shopping-in-person-after-coronavirus-reopenings-safe-experts-explain-29148365

Rohde, R.E. Invited interview story for San Marcos Daily Record by Stephanie Gates – Backlogged COVID-19 test results explained. July 9, 2020. https://www.sanmarcosrecord.com/news/backlogged-covid-19-test-results-explained

Rohde, R.E. Invited interview story for Healthline.com [86 million digital readership] by Matt Berger – Why the Black Lives Matter Protests Didn’t Contribute to the COVID-19 Surge? July 9, 2020. https://www.healthline.com/health-news/black-lives-matter-protests-didnt-contribute-to-covid19-surge

Rohde, R.E. Invited interview for the #podcast on the Bill Kelly Show out of Ontario, Canada on 900 CHML. LISTEN in at the 34:00 minute mark for The Bill Kelly Show Podcast: Repairs needed at Tim Horton’s Field, Plan for the 2026 Commonwealth Games bid & Scientists warn COVID-19 could be. July 7, 2020. https://omny.fm/shows/bill-kelly-show/the-bill-kelly-show-podcast-repairs-needed-at-tim

Rohde, R.E. Invited interview story for Forbes Magazine [74 million readers per month] by Rachel Sandler – ‘We Can’t Let Our Guard Down’: Here’s How To Celebrate July 4th Safely, July 2, 2020. https://www.forbes.com/sites/rachelsandler/2020/07/02/we-cant-let-our-guard-down-heres-how-to-celebrate-july-4th-safely/#2551f6d47885

Rohde, R.E. Invited interview story for Texas Tribune [1,421,883 readers / month] by Emma Platoff – As coronavirus cases surged, Texas’ contact tracing workforce shrunk. June 30, 2020. https://www.texastribune.org/2020/06/30/texas-cut-contact-tracing/

Rohde, R.E. Invited interview with Deb Schneider and Lomas Brown for Sportsslaw – Episode #18 – Featuring Dr. Rodney E. Rohde – The Impact of the Pandemic on Sports. June 26, 2020. https://www.facebook.com/107757207306074/posts/271626077585852/?vh=e&d=n

Rohde, R.E. Invited interview for the #podcast on the Bill Kelly Show out of Ontario, Canada on 900 CHML. Charges made in Brampton crash, Cases continue to increase in the US, Health Care system comparison & Another name June 26, 2020. https://omny.fm/shows/bill-kelly-show/the-bill-kelly-show-podcast-charges-made-in-brampt

Rohde, R.E. Invited interview for People of Pathology Podcast with Dennis Strenk – Dr. Rodney E. Rohde: Microbiology, COVID19 and Medical Laboratory Science. June 22, 2020. https://open.spotify.com/episode/4ldh9C902oiaoRZSLdUl76?si=I4AgPlzJR7ClNxemNZWFig

Rohde, R.E. Invited interview for the #podcast on the Scott Thompson Show out of Ontario, Canada on 900 CHML. Are US citizens buying the messaging on COVID-19 that the White House is giving? How concerned are they with cases increasing in the States? June 18, 2020. https://omny.fm/shows/scott-thompson-show/covid-19-in-the-u-s

Rohde, R.E. Invited interview story for Good Housekeeping [22.9 million average monthly unique viewers/impressions] by Zee Krstic – Coronavirus and Face Masks: Everything You Need to Know This Summer. An expert-backed guide to buying, making, wearing and cleaning face masks during the coronavirus pandemic. June 10, 2020. https://www.goodhousekeeping.com/health/a32703820/coronavirus-face-mask-guide/

Rohde, R.E. Invited interview story for Elemental [https://elemental.medium.com/] by Rob Britt – The Science of Superspreaders: A fraction of infected people trigger the bulk of new cases, one reason the pandemic is far from over. June 5, 2020. https://elemental.medium.com/the-science-of-superspreaders-2ceed2b68834 

Rohde, R.E. Invited interview story for Bustle.com [84 Million Readers] by Carolyn Steber – If Your Partner Has To Go Back To Work, Here’s What To Do. May 26, 2020. https://www.bustle.com/p/if-your-partner-has-to-go-back-to-work-heres-what-to-do-22914473

Rohde, R.E. Invited interview story for Men’s Health [15.3 million digital readership] by Rachael Schultz – When Will the Novel Coronavirus Pandemic Be Over? Experts explain how close and how far away we are. May 21, 2020. https://www.menshealth.com/health/a32617680/when-will-coronavirus-end/

Rohde, R.E. Invited interview story for Healthline.com [86 million digital readership] by Kristen Fischer – When Will We Know If Reopening States Has Worked or Backfired? May 20, 2020. https://www.healthline.com/health-news/when-will-we-know-if-reopening-states-has-worked-or-backfired#1

Rohde, R.E. Invited interview story for HuffPost [30 Million Readers] by Amber Pardilla – Where To Buy Cloth Face Masks For Coronavirus Online: Here are the brands making and selling face masks for adults and kids for COVID-19. May 19, 2020. https://www.huffpost.com/entry/where-to-buy-cloth-face-masks-for-coronavirus-online_l_5eb9776dc5b665d677b8e1df?noa

Rohde, R.E. Invited interview with Deb Schneider and Lomas Brown for Sportsslaw – Episode #8 – Featuring Lila Lazarus and Dr. Rodney Rohde – The Impact of the Pandemic on Sports. May 17, 2020. https://www.facebook.com/sportsslaw/videos/2664027277162874/?v=2664027277162874

Rohde, R.E. Invited interview story for Bustle.com by Mekita Rivas – How To Shop Safely When Stores Reopen During Coronavirus. May 11, 2020. https://www.bustle.com/p/how-to-shop-safely-when-stores-reopen-during-coronavirus-22888613

Rohde, R.E. Invited interview story for MedicalTechnologySchools.com by Nina Chamlou – The Quest for a COVID-19 Vaccine: Two Experts Show Us the Road Ahead. May 6, 2020. https://www.medicaltechnologyschools.com/biomedical-science/developing-a-covid-19-vaccine

Rohde, R.E. Invited interview story for Texas Tribune [1,421,883 readers / month] by Emma Platoff – Health experts give Abbott’s plan to reopen Texas mixed reviews, warn state should revive stay-at-home order if surge emerges. April 29, 2020. https://www.texastribune.org/2020/04/29/texas-greg-abbott-economy-coronavirus/

Rohde, R.E. Invited interview for the #podcast on the Scott Thompson Show out of Ontario, Canada on 900 CHML. Check in at about 3 min for about 15 min of my conversation! Explaining herd immunity, the framework for reopening Ontario & how to identify a fake police officer. April 27, 2020. https://omny.fm/shows/scott-thompson-show/explaining-herd-immunity-the-framework-for-reopeni

Rohde, R.E. Invited interview story for U.S. News and World Report [30,180,000 readers] by Susan Milligan – The Coronavirus Choice. Governors might open a state but Americans will decide for themselves if they are ready to emerge from the crisis. April 24, 2020. https://www.usnews.com/news/the-report/articles/2020-04-24/as-georgia-reopens-americans-get-mixed-message-about-coronavirus-safety

Rohde, R.E. Invited interview story for San Marcos Daily Record by Stephanie Gates – Labs play critical role during pandemic. April 24, 2020. https://www.sanmarcosrecord.com/news/labs-play-critical-role-during-pandemic?fbclid=IwAR1hpRevToAd1WFwfRJfngDuABmkD2T0t2Ho_uWgRHrbIFG52SxthQLWTvg

Rohde, R.E. Invited interview / video story for KXAN by Yoojin Cho – What you need to know about COVID-19 antibody testing. April 24, 2020. https://www.kxan.com/news/simplehealth/medical/what-you-need-to-know-about-covid-19-antibody-testing/

Rohde, R.E. Reshared April 22, 2020 by Heart – Experts warn of ‘high touch’ areas in your home that you should be disinfecting regularly. https://www.heart.co.uk/lifestyle/high-touch-areas-home-disinfected/ from MarthaStewart.com [7,305,000 million digital readership] by Jillian Kramer – Five High-Touch Areas in Your Home to Disinfect Regularly. Research shows that viruses can live on some of these surfaces for hours or even days. April 8, 2020. https://www.marthastewart.com/7781341/disinfect-high-touch-areas-in-home

Rohde, R.E. Reshared April 21, 2020 by Yahoo [309 million monthly viewers] – Medical Experts Explain Step-by-Step Instructions for How to Put on Your Face Mask the Right Way. https://currently.att.yahoo.com/att/medical-experts-explain-step-step-213200019.html?guce_referrer=aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuZ29vZ2xlLmNvbS8&guce_referrer_sig=AQAAAC8kfQ3VBXWsS2dTzXiFTi8RidKfNmoE5eZVRaZxcSTZgzVEwUgSDA73BMbDRBUn0IRvAeIom_9wgMi16Qu0TkE0h0ywBC01aFvBhyoIbAqc0yvFBqD_ytLI2-r3VcodoEnza0OrvP9SuodSxo0XQ3h7LCITtG1rSgXLP62hF0oA&guccounter=2 from Good Housekeeping by Zee Krstic – Here’s How to Wear a Face Mask Properly, According to Medical Experts. This expert-approved checklist can help you stay as safe as possible by avoiding common mistakes. April 21, 2020. https://www.goodhousekeeping.com/health/a32193198/how-to-wear-a-face-mask-properly/

Rohde, R.E. Invited interview for Good Housekeeping [22.9 million average monthly unique viewers/impressions] by Zee Krstic – Here’s How to Wear a Face Mask Properly, According to Medical Experts. This expert-approved checklist can help you stay as safe as possible by avoiding common mistakes. April 21, 2020. https://www.goodhousekeeping.com/health/a32193198/how-to-wear-a-face-mask-properly/

Rohde, R.E. Invited interview / video story for KXAN by Billy Gates and Yoojin Cho – Public enrollment for COVID-19 testing coming, health officials say, April 17, 2020. https://www.kxan.com/news/coronavirus/austin-travis-county-health-officials-to-give-update-on-covid-19-public-testing-enrollment-friday/

Rohde, R.E. Re-shared April 10, 2020, by MSN Lifestyle – Invited interview story for Huffington Post [26 million viewers] by Vartika Puranik – How To Clean A Fabric Coronavirus Face Mask And How Often. Washing face masks is just as important as wearing them to prevent the spread of COVID-19. April 10, 2020 https://www.msn.com/en-us/lifestyle/lifestyle-buzz/how-to-clean-a-fabric-coronavirus-face-mask-and-how-often/ar-BB12qN9e?li=BBnb7Kz

Rohde, R.E. Invited interview story for Huffington Post [26 million viewers] by Vartika Puranik – How To Clean A Fabric Coronavirus Face Mask And How Often. Washing face masks is just as important as wearing them to prevent the spread of COVID-19. April 10, 2020. https://www.huffpost.com/entry/how-to-clean-fabric-coronavirus-face-mask_l_5e8f6e5dc5b6458ae2a5cab1

Rohde, R.E.  Invited interview story for Mic [84 million readership] by Tracey Anne Duncan – How to do your laundry during a pandemic. April 9, 2020. https://www.mic.com/p/how-to-do-your-laundry-during-a-pandemic-22685464

Rohde, R.E. Re-shared April 8, 2020, by Yahoo News [309 million monthly viewers] – Invited interview story for MarthaStewart.com [7,305,000 million digital readership] by Jillian Kramer – Five High-Touch Areas in Your Home to Disinfect Regularly. Research shows that viruses can live on some of these surfaces for hours or even days. April 8, 2020. https://www.yahoo.com/lifestyle/five-high-touch-areas-home-204411723.html

Rohde, R.E. Invited interview story for MarthaStewart.com [7,305,000 million digital readership] by Jillian Kramer – Five High-Touch Areas in Your Home to Disinfect Regularly. Research shows that viruses can live on some of these surfaces for hours or even days. April 8, 2020. https://www.marthastewart.com/7781341/disinfect-high-touch-areas-in-home

Rohde, R.E. Invited interview story for Men’s Health [15.3 million digital readership] by Melissa Matthews – Online Shopping Is Ramping Up, but Are Packages Safe from Coronavirus? How risky is that Amazon order, anyway? April 8, 2020. https://www.menshealth.com/health/a32065591/can-you-get-coronavirus-from-mail/

 Rohde, R.E. Invited interview story for Prevention Magazine [4.8 million digital readership] by Elizabeth Millard – Can a Homemade Face Mask Really Prevent Coronavirus? How to Make, Wear, and Clean One. All your questions about fabric masks answered by experts—including a surgeon who’s sewing her own, April 8, 2020. https://www.prevention.com/health/a32066112/homemade-fabric-face-masks-coronavirus/

Rohde, R.E. Invited interview by Rob Rourke on KZSM San Marcos’ Community Radio Station – On our live emergency COVID-19 news update at noon today, Tuesday, April 7, to discuss the Coronavirus and its impact on our community. Dr. Rohde will also talk about testing and the possible an antibody test to determine immunity. Click the red menu on the upper left, click on “Podcasts,” then select “KZSM.org News Specials” and scroll down to today’s date. http://kzsm.org/?fbclid=IwAR2A-n_92k57DuAlmaI34oM7P4DDRshJjWLhat_YdR5YzA81bx4Za9rjSjE

Rohde, R.E. Invited interview story for Healthline.com [86 million digital readership] by Bob Curley – Why Face Masks Are Crucial Now in the Battle Against COVID-19, April 6, 2020. https://www.healthline.com/health-news/face-masks-importance-battle-with-covid19

Rohde, R.E. Invited interview story for Women’s Health [14 million digital readership] by Emilia Benton – Do Disinfectant Wipes Really Kill Germs Effectively? Make sure you’re using the real thing. April 6, 2020. https://www.womenshealthmag.com/health/a32053484/do-disinfectant-wipes-kill-germs/

Rohde, R.E. Invited interview out of Ontario, Canada on 900 CHML: The Bill Kelly Show #Podcast: Probability of a surge in cases, Listener calls & Breaking update on the 2030 Commonwealth games. Check in at 0:45 for about 17 min of my conversation! April 2, 2020. https://omny.fm/shows/bill-kelly-show/the-bill-kelly-show-podcast-probability-of-a-surge

Rohde, R.E. Invited interview for Chilean El Mercurio newspaper by Nicolas Garcis Del Val – A4, INTERNACIONAL LA PANDEMIA DEL CORONAVIRUS, Mayor número de casos del que se tiene registrado Problemas metodológicos y escepticismo sobre cifras oficiales: dudas del alcance del covid-19 Los países más afectados por la pandemia en Europa tendrían millones de infectados más de los que dicen tener, según estimaciones. [El Mercurio is a Chilean newspaper with editions in Valparaíso and Santiago. Its Santiago edition is considered the country’s newspaper of record and it is considered the oldest daily in the Spanish language currently in circulation. El Mercurio is owned by El Mercurio S.A.P. (Sociedad Anónima Periodística ‘joint stock news company’), which operates a network of 19 regional dailies and 32 radio stations across the country], April 1, 2020.

Rohde, R.E. Re-shared April 1, 2020, by Yahoo News [309 million monthly viewers] Invited interview story for US News and World Report [30,180,000 readers] by Vanessa Caceres – What’s the Difference Between an Epidemic and Pandemic? The new coronavirus disease, COVID-19, has moved from epidemic to pandemic. What does that mean? March 13, 2020. https://news.yahoo.com/whats-difference-between-epidemic-pandemic-151711795.html

Rohde, R.E. Re-shared April 1, 2020, by Yahoo News [309 million monthly viewers] Invited interview story for US News and World Report [30,180,000 readers] by Ilana Kowarski– How Med Students Can Stay Safe From Coronavirus, March 19, 2020. https://news.yahoo.com/medical-students-protect-themselves-during-coronavirus-outbreak-130000062.html

Rohde, R.E. Invited interview for Fodor’s Travel [26 million viewers] by Barbara Noe Kennedy – Is Visiting a National Park a Bad Idea During the Coronavirus Pandemic? March 25, 2020. https://www.fodors.com/news/news/is-visiting-a-national-park-a-bad-idea-during-the-coronavirus-pandemic

Rohde, R.E. Invited Episode 3: Novel Coronavirus, Part 2 with Rodney Rohde via Texas State Newsroom and #BigIdeasTXST #TXST_THR Translational Health Research, March 24, 2020. https://news.txstate.edu/inside-txst/big-ideas-podcast/episode-4-novel-coronavirus-part-2-with-rodney-rohde0.html

Engineering Ethics Blog – Conditions On the Front: The Clinical Lab Test for the COVID-19 Virus, March 23, 2020. https://engineeringethicsblog.blogspot.com/2020/03/conditions-on-front-clinical-lab-test.html?fbclid=IwAR0rLrPWJU5fd0zURTGH__Vkcj6nSNFZiQTHiwiYn6YTWqzLOY8srS_iv4M

Rohde, R.E. Invited interview for the #podcast on the Bill Kelly Show out of Ontario, Canada on 900 CHML. Check in at 0:45 for about 15 min to 15:30 of my conversation! March 23, 2020. https://omny.fm/shows/bill-kelly-show/the-bill-kelly-show-podcast-how-is-the-world-fairi?in_playlist=bill-kelly-show!podcast 

Rohde, R.E. Invited interview for Huffington Post [26 million viewers] by Nicole Pajer – A Quick Guide On What To Do About Your Doctors’ Appointments: Experts explain what healthcare visits are necessary and what you should postpone because of coronavirus. March 20, 2020. https://www.huffpost.com/entry/what-to-do-doctors-appointments_l_5e73d50bc5b6eab77944d756

Rohde, R.E. Invited interview for Huffington Post [26 million viewers] by Ambar Pardilla – These Food Delivery Services Now Offer Contactless Delivery: It’s time to take social distancing seriously — including when you order takeout. Here are the food apps that offer no-contact delivery. March 20, 2020. https://www.huffpost.com/entry/food-takeout-services-no-contact-delivery_l_5e6fae3dc5b60fb69ddb8ccf

Rohde, R.E. Invited interview for the #podcast on the Scott Thompson Show out of Ontario, Canada on 900 CHML. Check in at 30:00 for about 15 min of my conversation! Ontario’s fight against COVID-19, Ontario education going forward & How long does the new coronavirus live on surfaces? March 20, 2020. https://omny.fm/shows/scott-thompson-show/ontario-s-fight-against-covid-19-ontario-education?in_playlist=chml-news!chml-aggregate-playlist

Rohde, R.E. Invited interview story for Healthline.com [200 million readership]by Kristen Fischer – How the COVID-19 Outbreak in the U.S. May Unfold in the Coming Days, March 20, 2020. https://www.healthline.com/health-news/coronavirus-outbreak-future-in-america#1

Rohde, R.E. Invited interview story for US News and World Report [30,180,000 readers] by Ilana Kowarski– How Med Students Can Stay Safe From Coronavirus, March 19, 2020. https://www.usnews.com/education/best-graduate-schools/top-medical-schools/articles/how-medical-students-can-protect-themselves-during-the-coronavirus-outbreak

Rohde, R.E. Invited interview story for Huffington Post [26 million viewers] by Courtney Leiva – How Long Coronavirus Lives On Clothes, and How to Wash Them, March 18, 2020. https://www.huffpost.com/entry/how-long-coronavirus-live-clothing-washing_l_5e724927c5b6eab779409e74

Rohde, R.E. Invited interview story for the Christian Science Monitor [120,000 readership] by Linda Feldman, Henry Gass, and Patrik Jonsson – After shaky start, federal and state authorities start to work in tandem, March 16, 2020.  https://www.csmonitor.com/USA/Politics/2020/0316/After-shaky-start-federal-and-state-authorities-start-to-work-in-tandem

Rohde, R.E. Invited interview story for Forbes Magazine [74 million readers per month] by Rachel Sandler –Why Young And Healthy People Should Still Take Coronavirus Seriously, March 16, 2020. https://www.forbes.com/sites/rachelsandler/2020/03/16/why-young-and-healthy-people-should-still-take-coronavirus-seriously/#28cce6f931d4

Rohde, R.E. Invited Episode 3: Novel Coronavirus, Part 1 with Rodney Rohde via Texas State Newsroom and #BigIdeasTXST #TXST_THR Translational Health Research, March 16, 2020. https://news.txstate.edu/inside-txst/big-ideas-podcast/episode-3-novel-coronavirus-part-1-with-rodney-rohde.html

Rohde, R.E. Highlight by Texas State Newsroom – Dr. Rodney E. Rohde lends expertise to national news coverage of COVID-19, Featured Faculty, by Emma Carberry and Manuel Garcia | March 13, 2020. https://news.txstate.edu/featured-faculty/2020/dr-rodney-e-rohde-lends-expertise-to-national-news-coverage-of-cov-19.html

Rohde, R.E. Invited interview story for SELF Magazine Colleen Stinchcombe – How to Avoid Coronavirus on Planes, Trains, and Buses, March 13, 2020. https://www.self.com/story/coronavirus-plane-train-bus-travel

Rohde, R.E. Invited interview story for US News and World Report [30,180,000 readers] by Vanessa Caceres – What’s the Difference Between an Epidemic and Pandemic? The new coronavirus disease, COVID-19, has moved from epidemic to pandemic. What does that mean? March 13, 2020. https://health.usnews.com/conditions/articles/whats-the-difference-between-an-epidemic-and-pandemic

Rohde, R.E. Invited interview story for Forbes Online [74 million readers per month] by Rachel Sandler – Here’s What You Actually Need To Buy To Prepare For Coronavirus, March 10, 2020. https://www.forbes.com/sites/rachelsandler/2020/03/10/heres-what-you-actually-need-to-buy-to-prepare-for-coronavirus/#7379b68455c0

 Rohde, R.E. Invited interview story for Florence Health by Rosemary Black – 8 Practices Every Health Professional Should Follow As COVID-19 Spreads in the US, March 10, 2020. https://www.florence-health.com/latest-news/registered-nurse/8-practice-every-healthcare-professional-should-follow-as-covid-19-spreads-in-the-u-s/

 Rohde, R.E. Invited interview / video story for KXAN by Tahera Rahman – University Official says Texas State discussing plans to teach remotely in case of coronavirus outbreak, March 10, 2020. https://www.kxan.com/news/local/hays/hays-county-working-with-texas-state-to-monitor-self-quarantined-individuals/?fbclid=IwAR0kyfThDTpnC7a9JVMivjZmMVGdFlq0nXFJHbzDYz40eIWYFMFPLYyywAk

Rohde, R.E. Invited #podcast on The Big Bid Theory – Season 6! ‘Coronavirus and Public Health Facts v Fiction from an Actual Expert’. Dr. Rodney Rohde @RodneyRohde w latest on #coronavirus / #covid19, precautions, media’s impact on situation + #Elections2020 public health priority. March 10, 2020. https://www.spreaker.com/user/thebigbidtheory/coronavirus-and-public-health-facts-fiction

Rohde, R.E. Invited interview for The Texas Tribune by Edgar Walters – 5 million Texans lack health insurance. Here’s how that complicates the coronavirus response. March 10, 2020. https://www.texastribune.org/2020/03/10/coronavirus-texas-poses-challenges-people-without-insurance/?utm_campaign=trib-social&utm_content=1583851526&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter

Rohde, R.E. Eating out and #SARSCoV2 / #COVID19 via my interview with @MensHealthMag #PublicHealth #FoodBorneIllness #foodsafety March 10, 2020. https://www.menshealth.com/health/a31280739/restaurants-coronavirus-safety/

Rohde, R.E. Invited interview ACC Newsroom by Sydney Pruitt, March 9, 2020.   https://www.austincc.edu/news/2020/03/acc-experts-weigh-what-you-need-know-about-coronavirus

 Rohde, R.E. Invited interview / video story for KVUE by Mike Marut – Virus expert says public panic over coronavirus ‘a little out of proportion, March 5, 2020. https://www.kvue.com/article/news/health/coronavirus-flu-fear-facts-what-to-do-virus/269-626b3935-1880-4048-9b98-c179f721ed32

Rohde, R.E. Invited interview for SC Times by Shawn Raymundo, Lillian Boyd and Collin Breaux – Orange County Health Care Agency officials confirmed two presumptive positive cases of COVID-19, March 5, 2020. https://www.sanclementetimes.com/oc-health-agency-reports-2-presumptive-positive-cases-of-coronavirus/

Rohde, R.E. Invited interview for Healthcaredegree.com article by Nina Chamlou- Fighting the Coronavirus: The Minds that Wage Wars Against Society’s Biological Threats, March 4, 2020. https://www.healthcaredegree.com/blog/fighting-the-coronavirus

Rohde, R.E. Invited interview for Care.com article by Maressa Brown – Your coronavirus questions, answered: What families and caregivers need to know, March 2, 2020.  https://www.care.com/c/stories/16670/coronavirus-families-caregivers-faq/

Rohde, R.E. Invited interview for Care.com article by Maressa Brown – How to talk to kids about coronavirus, March 2, 2020. https://www.care.com/c/stories/16671/coronavirus-how-to-talk-kids/

Rohde, R.E. Invited interview for Florence Health article by Rosemary Black – 8 Practice Every Healthcare Professional Should Follow, March 2, 2020. https://www.florence-health.com/latest-news/registered-nurse/8-practice-every-healthcare-professional-should-follow-as-covid-19-spreads-in-the-u-s/

Rohde, R.E. Invited interview for the #podcast on the Bill Kelly Show out of Ontario, Canada on  900 CHML. Check in at 31:45 for about 15 min of my conversation! February 28, 2020. https://omny.fm/shows/bill-kelly-show/the-bill-kelly-show-podcast-black-youth-mentorship

Rohde, R.E. Invited interview for TIME magazine article by Amy Gunia, Hillary Leung, and Mélissa Godin – Coronavirus Cases Outside China Are Accelerating Rapidly. Here’s What to Know, February 24, 2020.  https://time.com/5789631/coronavirus-covid-19-global-cases/

Rohde, R.E. Invited interview for TIME magazine article by Amy Gunia – Cruise Passenger Whose Coronavirus Infection Went Undetected Shows It May Not Be Possible to Stop the Outbreak From Spreading, February 20, 2020.  https://time.com/5784942/coronavirus-screening-westerdam-testing/

Rohde, R.E. Invited interview for the Scott Thompson Show Podcast on 900-CHML-Global-News-Radio. February 15, 2020. https://omny.fm/shows/scott-thompson-show/how-long-could-the-coronavirus-that-causes-covid-1

Rohde, R.E. Invited interview by Career Pupose by TIAA5 essential lessons to prepare you for tenure review. February 12, 2020. https://careerpurpose.com/industries/education/academic-tenure

Rohde, R.E. Invited interview for Brazilian news website R7.com (by Fernando Mellis) – Mundo terá que conviver sempre com surgimento de novos virus (World will always have to live with the emergence of new viruses). February 9, 2020. http://noticias.r7.com/saude/mundo-tera-que-conviver-sempre-com-surgimento-de-novos-virus-09022020

Rohde, R.E. Invited interview for Outbreak News Today radio podcast – Coronavirus Q&A with Rodney Rohde, PhD Outbreak News This Week.  February 6, 2020. http://outbreaknewstoday.com/coronavirus-qa-with-rodney-rohde-phd-10562/

Rohde R.E. Expert guidance and commentary, Novel Coronavirus Lab Protocols and Responses: Next Steps by Rodney Rohde, PhD, for the American Society for Microbiology | February 3, 2020 | Elsevier Novel Coronavirus Information Center. https://www.elsevier.com/connect/coronavirus-information-center

Rohde R.E. KXAN News interview, Chinese province placed on UT-Austin’s restricted travel list after coronavirus outbreak, January 28, 2020. https://www.kxan.com/news/chinese-province-placed-on-ut-austins-restricted-travel-list-after-coronavirus-outbreak/

Rohde R.E. Invited interview for Fox 7 News, Update on #nCoV #Coronavirus Outbreak, January 21, 2020. See: https://www.fox7austin.com/news/cdc-confirms-first-case-of-coronavirus-in-the-us

Rohde R.E. Why #PublicHealth Matters. American Society for Microbiology, Invited online article, November 25, 2019. https://asm.org/Articles/2019/November/Why-PublicHealth-Matters

Rohde, R.E. Riding, Kyle & Gunsolus, B. Invited ASCLS national webinar #WeSaveLivesEveryday – Laboratory Professionals Using Social Media to Increase the Profession’s Visibility. November 6, 2019.

Rohde, R.E. Invited interview for ‘The Big Bid Theory’ Podcast, Public Health Threats. How’s Your Health Literacy? July 24, 2019. https://www.spreaker.com/user/thebigbidtheory/public-health-threats-hows-your-health-literacy

Rohde, R.E. Interviewed by Shira Feder, The Daily Beast for expert opinion – Superbug Outbreak Hits Neonatal Unit at Pittsburgh Hospital. July 2, 2019. https://news.yahoo.com/superbug-outbreak-hits-neonatal-unit-172337064.html

Rohde, R.E. Expert opinion, @RodneyRohde, infectious disease expert from @txst provides insight on ‘crypto’ fecal parasite living in swimming pools that can ultimately lead to death, July 1, 2019. https://www.newswise.com/articles/rodneyrohde-infectious-disease-expert-from-txst-provides-insight-on-crypto-fecal-parasite-living-in-swimming-pools-that-can-ultimately-lead-to-death

Rohde, R.E. Invited interview for Outbreak News Today radio podcast – Elsevier Book on Rabies on Outbreak News This Week.  June 14, 2019. http://outbreaknewstoday.com/rabies-signs-and-symptoms-exposure-transmission-and-diagnostics-81094/

Rohde, R.E. Invited Blog interview by Sekisui for Medical Laboratory Professionals and Lab Week 2019. April 18, 2019. https://www.sekisuidiagnostics.com/2019/04/18/revealing-the-hidden-profession-that-saves-lives/

Rohde, R.E. Invited interview for Outbreak News Today radio podcast – Medical Laboratory Professionals and Lab Week 2019 on Outbreak News This Week.  April 15, 2019. http://outbreaknewstoday.com/medical-laboratory-professionals-lab-week-2019-rodney-rohde-phd-32119/?fbclid=IwAR348J5HDg4rjC5_z7itnwMqSRvx9RpsiRkbPASSm5asLphQyffSIqr_74I

Rohde, R.E. Invited interview by Dr. Tara C. Smith @aetiology for @SELFmagazine #rabies education article! What do you know about this deadly virus? January 24, 2019. https://www.self.com/story/what-happens-when-you-get-rabies

Rohde, R.E. #SurfacesMatter in Pathogen Transmission. Invited article for Healthcare Surfaces Summit. November 21, 2018. https://www.healthcaresurfacessummit.org/blog/2018/11/21/surfacesmatter-in-pathogen-transmission

Rohde, R.E. Invited interview for Texas State University Newsroom: Featured Faculty – As mystery illness AFM spreads across U.S., professor stresses need for laboratory test to confirm diagnosis. October 23, 2018. https://news.txstate.edu/featured-faculty/2018/mystery-illness-afm.html

Rohde, R.E. Invited interview for Outbreak News Today radio podcast – Rabies: History, myths and diagnosis on Outbreak News This Week.  September 2, 2018. http://outbreaknewstoday.com/rabies-history-myths-and-diagnosis-on-outbreak-news-this-week-96853/

Rohde, R.E. Invited interview for Outbreak News Today radio podcast – Doctorate in Clinical Laboratory Science, #DCLS.  August 28, 2018. http://outbreaknewstoday.com/doctorate-clinical-laboratory-science-dcls-dr-rodney-rohde-91657/

Rohde, R.E. Invited #hcsmSA Twitter chatExpert Panel – The future of managing outbreaks using digital technologies. http://www.hcsmsa.co.za/outbreaks/ See transcript of chat session: https://www.symplur.com/healthcare-hashtags/hcsmSA/analytics/?hashtag=hcsmSA&fdate=6%2F26%2F2018&shour=5&smin=0&tdate=6%2F26%2F2018&thour=13&tmin=15

Rohde, R.E. Infection Control.tips: Commentary – Telling our Story – How #WeSaveLivesEveryday. April 20, 2018. https://infectioncontrol.tips/2018/04/20/telling-story-wesaveliveseveryday/

Rohde, R.E. Lab Testing Matters: Commentary – Our Darkest Hour: Las Vegas Mass Shooting.  December 23, 2017. http://www.labtestingmatters.org/3836-2/

Rohde, R.E. Infection Control.tips: Commentary – Our Darkest Hour: Las Vegas Mass Shooting.  December 21, 2017.  https://infectioncontrol.tips/2017/12/21/our-darkest-hour-las-vegas-mass-shooting/

Rohde, R.E. Video clip used by the ASCLS Education and Research Fund for #GivingTuesday. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oJET3ST1950

Rohde, R.E. Invited interview for Outbreak News Today radio podcast – Antibiotic resistance, the ‘post-antibiotic era, and antimicrobial stewardship.  November 15, 2017. http://outbreaknewstoday.com/antibiotic-resistance-post-antibiotic-era-improving-antibiotic-stewardship-80728/

Rohde, R.E. Lab Testing Matters: Commentary – What really happens when I receive the #flu vaccine? October 10, 2017. http://www.labtestingmatters.org/really-happens-get-flu-vaccine/

Rohde, R.E. Infection Control.tips: Commentary – What really happens when I receive the #flu vaccine? October 9, 2017. https://infectioncontrol.tips/2017/10/09/really-happens-get-flu-vaccine/

Rohde, R.E. Invited interview for ‘In Space on the Left’ Podcast, Vaccine Science and 15 Trillion Gallons. August 30, 2017. https://mediaflo.txstate.edu/Watch/Qz5r4P8N

Rohde, R.E. Invited interview for The Big Bid Theory’ Podcast, Hurricane Harvey: What now, what next? August 29, 2017. http://ow.ly/XDZl30eLY5s 

Rohde, R.E. Commentary – Prior to…. NOW more than ever, #PublicHealth should be taken seriously! #hurricaneharvey2017. August 28, 2017. https://tinyurl.com/yct97tm3

Rohde, R.E. Commentary – AntibioticResistance and HAIs: Elective Medical Procedures or not? August 9, 2017. http://www.labtestingmatters.org/antibioticresistance-and-hais-elective-medical-procedures-or-not/

Rohde, R.E. Invited Interview for Outbreak News Today radio podcast – HAIs. June 1st, 2017. Text: http://outbreaknewstoday.com/mrsa-c-diff-healthcare-associated-infections-82877/  Radio Podcast: https://youtu.be/S90IRVIuRFc

Rohde, R.E. Invited Interview for Texas State “Professor to Professor Webcast Series – Promoting Healthcare Research.” http://www.ada.txstate.edu/Videos.html (scroll down) May 16, 2017

Rohde, R.E. & Tim Gauthier. Stewards Working To Save Antibiotics: Pharmacy & The Medical Laboratory IC.tips April 27, 2017

Rohde, R.E. Feature Story for #MLPW2017 #LabWeek, http://infectioncontrol.tips/2017/04/25/medical-laboratory-professionals-2017/ April 25, 2017

Rohde, R.E. Invited Interview for Outbreak News Today radio podcast April 20, 2017. Text: http://outbreaknewstoday.com/lab-week-2017-discussion-panel-96773/ Radio Podcast: https://youtu.be/q0e8bscFOWY

Rohde, R.E. Feature Story for TEDx video – Saving Lives in the Shadows of Healthcare, http://www.labtestingmatters.org/saving-lives-in-the-shadows-of-healthcare/ February 23, 2017

Rohde, R.E. Feature story via UMF Corporation in Infection Control Today (ICT) regarding TEDx talk, January 5th, 2017. Text: http://www.infectioncontroltoday.com/news/2017/01/umf-corporation-applauds-microbiologists-message-of-need-to-increase-awareness-of-everyday-heroes.aspx

Rohde, R.E. Invited Interview for Outbreak News Today radio podcast December 28, 2016. Text: http://outbreaknewstoday.com/podcast-dr-rodney-rohde-discusses-medical-laboratory-science-hour-36380/ Radio Podcast: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uPbxjCT4rNg

 Rohde, R.E. Feature Story for TEDx video – Saving Lives in the Shadows of Healthcare, December 22, 2016. http://infectioncontrol.tips/2016/12/22/saving-lives-in-the-shadows-of-healthcare/

Rohde, R.E. Interview for print article in ADVANCE for Administrators of the Laboratory – Changes in Zika diagnostics: How is the field of medical laboratory science advancing when it comes to identifying and monitoring Zika? December, 2016. http://advanceweb.com/SharedResources/EBook/2016/November/AL112816/index.html#/24/

Rohde, R.E. Interview for print article: Medical Laboratory Scientists, Educators speak out against CMS position on nursing degrees. Outbreak News Today, October 3, 2016 – http://outbreaknewstoday.com/medical-laboratory-scientists-educators-speak-out-against-cms-position-on-nursing-degrees-74049/

Wilson, P. & Rohde, R.E. Outbreak News Today Podcast interview – Rabies: A comprehensive interview with Pamela Wilson (from Rohde & Wilson article). September 18th, 2016 http://outbreaknewstoday.com/rabies-a-comprehensive-interview-with-pamela-wilson-95548/

Rohde, R.E. University Star Interview – Updates on Zika Virus and Precautions. August 25, 2016. http://star.txstate.edu/2016/08/24/new-developments-on-zika-becomes-worrisome-for-the-united-states/

Rohde, R.E. Invited interview for ‘The Big Bid Theory’ Podcast, Zika virus perspective in the U.S. August 25 (Part 1) & September 1 (Part 2), 2016. http://www.iheart.com/show/53-The-Big-Bid-Theory/

Rohde, R.E. KXAN NBC (Austin) television interview –  Professor puts Zika Virus into Perspective. June 28, 2016. http://kxan.com/2016/06/28/professor-puts-concern-about-zika-virus-into-perspective/

Rohde, R.E. Commentary – If you thought Ebola and Zika were scary, just wait! June 21, 2016. http://www.labtestingmatters.org/if-you-thought-ebola-and-zika-were-scaryjust-wait/

Rohde, R.E. Interviewed by The News Dispatch (Hays Free Press) – State Health Officials Discuss Zika Virus. June 21, 2016. http://www.newsdispatchnewspaper.com/content/state-officials-discuss-zika-virus-spread

Rohde, R.E. Article Feature Focus: Newly Published HAI Series for Clinical Laboratory Professionals. http://infectioncontrol.tips/2016/04/11/focus-series/

Rohde, R.E.  Article Feature Focus: The Hidden Profession that Saves Lives. http://www.labtestingmatters.org/the-hidden-profession-that-saves-lives/

Rohde R.E. University Star Interview – New Developments for the Zika Virus and what to do. February 24, 2016. http://star.txstate.edu/2016/02/24/new-developments-for-the-zika-virus-and-what-to-do/

KTSW Radio Interview (R.E. Rohde) February 4, 2016. Zika virus and implications for health. http://ktsw.txstate.edu/

Rohde, R.E. Bobcat Blog invited commentary. February 3, 2016. Don’t Look Now – #Zika is in Texas!

Rohde, R.E. Health magazine online – published written interview, Zika Mosquito Outbreak. February 4, 2016. http://news.health.com/2016/02/03/should-you-cancel-your-caribbean-trip-zika-experts-weigh-in/

Rohde, R.E. Texas Standard (KUT) audio interview on Zika virus in the Americas. February 2, 2016. http://kut.org/ (podcast and web story) via http://www.texasstandard.org/stories/five-things-to-know-about-the-spreading-zika-virus/

Rohde, R.E. San Marcos Daily Record – published written interview, Zika Mosquito Endemic in Texas. February 2, 2016. http://www.sanmarcosrecord.com/news/zika-mosquito-endemic-texas

Rohde, R.E. et al. Texas State Hillviews, 2015 spring edition. Focus on College of Health Professions, including Clinical Laboratory Science. May 12, 2015: pp. 18-21. http://www.ua.txstate.edu/campus-connections/hillviews.html

Rohde, R.E. Healthcare Facilities Today – published written interview, Scholar bringing ES role in infection prevention to the forefront. Q2, April 2015: pp. 11-13. http://www.healthcarefacilitiestoday.com/posts/Scholar-bringing-ES-role-in-infection-prevention-to-the-forefront–9115

Rohde, R.E. Austin American Statesman Editorial – MRSA Poses Major Health Danger. February 13th, 2015. http://www.mystatesman.com/news/news/opinion/rohde-mrsa-poses-increasing-public-health-danger/nj9Q4/

Hogan, Erin & Gobolt, Bucky. October 17th 2014. 104.9 The Horn Radio Interview (R.E. Rohde) – Ebola virus and media frenzy. http://tunein.com/radio/Afternoons-with-Bucky-and-Erin-p533814/

Olson, Megan Jo. October 2014. KTSW Radio Interview (R.E. Rohde) – Rabies virus and implications for health. http://ktsw.txstate.edu/

KTSW Radio Interview. October 2014. (R.E. Rohde) – Ebola virus and implications for public health. http://ktsw.txstate.edu/

Eisler, Peter, USA Today interview – investigative report on MRSA and HAIs from a national health perspective context: http://usat.ly/1bLg8rc R. Rohde interviewed as subject matter expert on dissertation and other MRSA/HAI research projects, December 16th, 2013.

Jon Otter, Micro Blog at http://www.micro-blog.info/2013/11/high-levels-of-antibiotic-resistance-and-low-levels-of-antibiotic-literacy-in-the-general-public-are-on-a-dangerous-collision-course/, invited guest editorial by R. Rohde, High levels of antibiotic resistance and low levels of ‘antibiotic literacy’ in the general public are on a dangerous collision course, November 5th, 2013

Cosgrove, Joe, Vaishali Shows, 2013. Contact Talk Radio interview of Tuan Dam, Cleanint.com (R. Rohde subject matter expert on HAIs), http://www.purplev.com/purple_player/v_content/purple_audio_player.html (9/14/13 interview)

Bigony, Mary-Love. “A Pound of Prevention.” Hillviews. Fall 2012: pgs. 28-31. Available from: http://www.ua.txstate.edu/ua-connections/Hillviews/archives/Hillviews_Fall2012.html.
* University marketing focus on R.E. Rohde’s HAIs/MRSA research

HAIs. Healthcare-associated infections. [Internet] Texas State University. August 17, 2012. [cited 2012 Sept 10]. Available from: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jnpdmHi50rc
*University marketing focus on R.E. Rohde’s HAIs/MRSA research

Texas State University. Advertisement. ESPN video clip of Texas State University Emerging Research University. September 8, 2012.
*Ending segment focus on R.E. Rohde HAIs/MRSA Work with Undergraduate Student in CLS Laboratory. Available from: Texas State University, University Marketing.

Texas State University. Advertisement. Texas Monthly. Wash, Rinse, Repeat: HAIs – Healthcare Associated Infections in the U.S. September 2012: pgs. 88-89.
*Focus on R.E. Rohde’s HAIs/MRSA research

Rohde, Rodney E., “Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus (MRSA): Knowledge, Learning, and Adaptation” (2010). Theses and Dissertations-Counseling, Leadership, Adult Education, and School Psychology. https://digital-library-txstate-edu.libproxy.txstate.edu/handle/10877/4301

Interview National Geographic News, May 4th, 2009, “New, Fast-Evolving Rabies Virus Found – And Spreading.” Available from: http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2009/05/090504-rabies-evolution.html. [Story is directly involved to 2006 publication: Leslie, MJ, Messenger S, Rohde RE, Smith J, Cheshier R, Hanlon C, et al. Bat-associated rabies virus in skunks. Emerg Infect Dis [serial on the Internet]. 2006 Aug [date cited]. See peer-reviewed section above.

Bigony, Mary-Love. “Disease Detective.” Hillviews. Fall 2008: pgs. 25-27. Available from: http://www.ua.txstate.edu/ua-connections/Hillviews/archives/Hillviews_Fall2008.html.
* University focus on R.E. Rohde’s Rabies and MRSA research

Rohde, Rodney E, “Effect of Pokeweed Antiviral Protein in Combination with Guanidine on Poliovirus Macromolecular Synthesis” (1992). Faculty Publications-Clinical Laboratory Science Program. https://digital-library-txstate-edu.libproxy.txstate.edu/handle/10877/3404

Contributer:

Rohde, R. and L. Fletcher. South Central Regional News. Biolink Connection Newsletter for the National Advanced Technological Education Resource Center for Biotechnology. Vol. 8 No. 1: October 2006

Rohde R. E. contributing author. 2005. American Society of Clinical Pathology Board of Registry Comprehensive Examination. The American Society for Clinical Pathology, Inc., 2100 W. Harrison St., Chicago, IL, 60612

DNA SEQUENCE DATABASE CONTRIBUTION
Smith, J.S., Mayes, B., Rohde, R.E. and Neill, S.U. January, 2003. RABV Nucleoprotein Gene, Partial Sequence- GenBank accession number: AY208163. SPECIFIC HOST = LASIURUS INTERMEDIUS; NOTE = ISOLATED IN 2000; NOTE = TEXAS; NOTE = KLEBERG COUNTY; NOTE = SAMPLE VR2437”. Bethesda, Maryland USA.

Smith, J.S., Mayes, B., Rohde, R.E. and Neill, S.U. January, 2003. RABV Nucleoprotein Gene, Partial Sequence- GenBank accession number: AY208164. “DATE=1995; NOTE=TEXAS; NOTE=MEDINA COUNTY; SPECIFIC HOST = NYCTECEIUS HUMERALIS”. Bethesda, Maryland USA.

Smith, J.S., Mayes, B., Rohde, R.E. and Neill, S.U. January, 2003. RABV Nucleoprotein Gene, Partial Sequence- GenBank accession number: AY208165. “DATE=1996; NOTE=TEXAS; NOTE=WILLIAMSON COUNTY; SPECIFIC HOST = MYOTIS VELIFER; SAMPLE = VR6-5869”. Bethesda, Maryland USA.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

Larkin, Marilynn. Socially Motivated “Nudges” Can Curb Antibiotic Overprescribing in Primary Care. InfectionControl.tips R.E. Rohde Comments. http://infectioncontrol.tips/2016/02/09/nudges-curb-antibiotics/

Kish-Molina, M. “Analysis of Risk Factors Associated with Asymptomatic Colonization of Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) Among Community College Students” (2012). College of Health Sciences, Walden University, Ph.D. Dissertation, DAI/B 74-03(E), 102 pp., Nov 2012 Pub Number 3522644 http://gradworks.umi.com/35/22/3522644.html

Patterson, T., Straten, E., Jimenez, S. The Prevalence of Helicobacter pylori Antibody in Different Age Groups in Central Texas. Clin Lab Sci 2012;25(2):102-106.

  • *CLS Undergraduate publication (Rohde research consultant)

Felkner, M., L. Suarez, B. Liszka, J. Brender, & M. Canfield. 2007. Neural Tube Defects, Micronutrient Deficiencies, and Helicobacter pylori: A New Hypothesis. Birth Defects Research (Part A): Clinical and Molecular Teratology, 79, 617-621.

Oates, Marguerite and Karen Mulawski. 2004. Molecular Diagnostics Public Health Course Follow-Up Report. NLTN In-house newsletter; 1-4.

Wilson, Pamela, J., and Keith A. Clark. 2001. Postexposure rabies prophylaxis protocol for domestic animals and epidemiologic characteristics of rabies vaccination failures in Texas: 1995-1999. J Am Vet Med Assoc. 218, No. 4: 522-525.

Mahlow, J. & P. Wilson. 1998. Rabies in Texas. Texas Veterinarian. June 1999; 61(3):20.
Fearneyhough, M.G. , et al. 1998. Results of an oral rabies vaccination program for coyotes. J Am Vet Med Assoc. 212, No. 4: 498-502.

Davis, C. S.U. Neill, and P. Raj. 1997. Microwave fixation of rabies specimens for fluorescent antibody testing. J. Virol Meth. 68:177-182.

Yancey, FD, et al. 1997. Survey of rabies among free-flying bats from the Big Bend region of Texas. Occasional Papers, Museum of Texas Tech University. May; Number 165.

Texas DSHS-Zoonosis Control Division et al. 1997. Rabies Prevention in Texas. Brochure Guide: Stock No. 6-108.

GRANTS AND CONTRACTS

2020, PI, Texas State Honorary Professor Research Award, Center for International Studies. Amount: $500.00

2019 , PI, ASCP Foundation Laboratory Science Program Director Educational Grant – Enrichment for MLS (ASCP) certification exam scores, Amount: $2500.00

2019, PI, Texas State Honorary Professor Research Award, Center for International Studies. Amount: $500.00

2019, Co-PI, (PI, Dr. Paula Stigler, HA), UTHealth San Antonio ReACH and IIMSECO health model for Chagas Disease; ECO health model for Chagas Disease, Amount: $ 14,495

2019, Co-PI, (PI, Dr. Paula Stigler, HA), Mundo Sano; Pilot Newborn Screening Program for Chagas; Amount: $ 320,000

2018, PI, ASCP Foundation Laboratory Science Program Director Educational Grant – Enhancement of Nikon Teaching Microscopy Lab, Amount: $2500.00

2017- 2018, PI:  Dr. Elizabeth A. Benavides (Agriculture), Dr. Ken Mix (CO-PI, Agriculture), Dr. Rodney E. Rohde (CO-PI, CLS Program), and Dr. Sean Kerwin (Chemistry & Biochemistry), Texas State MIRG, Development of novel anthelmintics and antiparasitics derived from plant sources. Amount: $30,000.00

2015 – 2018, PI: Rodney E. Rohde (CLS), Co-PI: Dr. Louis Caruana, Emeritus Professor & retired Texas State CLS Program. Anonymous Donor – Sarcoidosis Research. Amount: $25,000.00 with $10,000 TX State match

2015 – 2016, Co-PI, R.E. Rohde (CLS), Texas State MIRG, Examination of Upper Threshold Events on the Necrobiome associated with Human Decomposition in a Sub tropic Ecosystem, PI Dr. Danny Wescott, FARF and Co-PI Dr. Ken Mix, Agriculture. Amount: $25,000.00

2013    Co-PI: Rodney E. Rohde (CLS), Texas State MIRG, Healthcare Associated Infections (HAIs): A Pilot Study Testing Simulation for Identification and Prevention. PI Dr. Eduardo Perez, Engineering. Amount: $25,000 with an equal match from Scott & White = $50,000.00

2012    PI: Rodney E. Rohde (CLS), “Microbiology & Immunology Inservice Continuing Education.” Texas DSHS – Emerging and Acute Infectious Disease Branch (EAID). Amount: ~$12,095.00

2010-11    PI: Rodney E. Rohde (CLS), Family Association Campaign for Student-Oriented Projects – Clinical Laboratory Science Program, Funding for CLS cohort of students to attend TACLS state conference in April, 2011. Amount  $2325.00       http://www.txstate.edu/family/About-Us/Welcome.html

2010   PI: Rodney E. Rohde (CLS), “MRSA Colonization and Characterization in Nursing Students: A Longevity Study.”  Texas Society of Allied Health Professions Research Awards.  Amount: $1500.00.

2010   PI: Rodney E. Rohde (CLS), Texas State University “Application for One-Time Research Support from the Associate Vice President for Research, qPCR support for MRSA research, Amount: $32,000

2009   PI: Rodney E. Rohde (CLS), “MRSA: Knowledge, Learning, and Adaptation”, ASCLS Education and Research, Grant-in Aid (Restricted). Amount: $5000.00

2008, CLS Program Grant, Abbott Laboratories Instrument Donation (Cell-Dyn 3200 hematology analyzer) for education & research. Amount: $165,000.

2007, Co-PI: Rodney E. Rohde (CLS) Clinical Laboratory Science Orientation Program, SSTars Mini-Grant.  Texas State University-San Marcos. Amount $1175.00

2006, PI: Rodney E. Rohde (CLS), “Molecular Characterization of MRSA Isolates.”  Texas State University Research Enhancement Grant.  Amount: $8000.00

2005,  PI: Rodney E. Rohde (CLS), “MRSA Prevalence, Risk Factors, and Molecular Characteristics in a Texas Correctional Facility.”  Texas Society of Allied Health Professions Research Awards.  Amount: $1000.00.

2005, PI: Rodney E. Rohde (CLS), Genomics Educational Grant, Beckman Coulter, Inc. Amount: $102,800.

2005 Team Investigator, “MRSA Prevalence in Texas Correctional Facilities.”  Texas DSHS – IDEAS Division and Texas State.  Amount: ~$14,602.00.

2005, PI: Rodney E. Rohde (CLS), “Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) Carriage Rates in a Texas County Jail.”  Texas State University Research Enhancement Grant.  Amount: ~$7916.00.

2004, Team Investigator, “MRSA Prevalence in Texas Correctional Facilities.”  DSHS-IDEAS Division and Texas State.  Amount: ~$13,500.00.

2003, PI: Rodney E. Rohde (CLS), “Bat Rabies in Texas: 1996 – 2000.”  Texas State University Research Enhancement Grant.  Amount: $4022.70.

2002, Stipend for  “FRESH START” Workshop, Texas State University Spring Alkek Technology Institute, Texas State, May 14 – 17, 2002.  Amount: $300.00.

1998 – present, Team Investigator, CDC Cooperative Agreement No. U50/CCU614390, the State Epidemiology and Laboratory Surveillance and Response Program grant to DSHS.  Grant responsible for (1) reporting and surveillance training to local and regional health departments; (2) conduct surveillance, primarily for foodborne pathogens, in counties without health departments; (3) enhanced the laboratories capacity to perform pulsed field gel electrophoresis on Salmonella isolates; and (4) enhance the laboratories ability to analyze rabies by polymerase chain reaction (PCR). DSHS was also awarded funds to enhance influenza surveillance and purchase computer supplies and equipment to support DPDx, a Website being piloted by CDC to provide reference training and diagnostic information about parasitic diseases. Amount: $~168,000.

Grants submitted

2020, Co-PI, City of San Marcos, Community Development Block Grant – Coronavirus Response (CDBG-CV), 2020 Public Services Application, Amount: $ 105,529 {NOT FUNDED}

2018 – 2021, PI, McLean, RJC & Nickerson, C. (Arizona State co-PI). Identification of short- and long-term polymicrobial interaction mechanisms in modeled microgravity. R. Rohde & CLS Students subcontract to direct antibiotic susceptibility testing. NASA grant. Amount: $300.000 (3y) {NOT FUNDED}

2017,  CoPI, Open Philanthropy Project Assessing Risk Potential and Follow-on Effects of an Engineered, Catastrophic Arbovirus Pandemic (PreProposal) via Texas Tech subcontract to R. Rohde (lead PI, Dr. Steve Pressley). Amount: $700,000 (1st year $300K, 2nd year $400K) {NOT FUNDED}

2017, PI:  Tania Betancourt (Chemistry and Biochemistry, MSEC) et al. Senior Personnel:  Rodney E. Rohde (CLS), et al. NSF 15-504– DBI – MAJOR RESEARCH INSTRUMENTATION (MRI): Acquisition of a Flow Cytometer and Fluorescence Activated Cell Sorter for Multi-Disciplinary Research. NSF Proposal # 1725724   Amount: $ 234,532 (3y) {NOT FUNDED}

2016, PI, Center for Excellence for Emerging and Reemerging Vector-borne and Zoonotic Diseases of Significant Public Health Concern. NIH – Subcontract/award (five years) via Texas Tech (lead PI, Dr. Steve Pressley). Amount: $ 249,996.40 {NOT FUNDED}

2016, PI & Co – PI McLean, RJC. Efficacy Study for Smart Self-disinfecting Handle to Reduce Health Care-Associated Infections. NIH – SBIR subcontract via Innowitz Corporation. Amount: $20,000.00 {NOT FUNDED}

2016,  PI Joanna Ellis & Co-PI Dr. Rodney E. Rohde, Study Abroad Interprofessional Education – Laboratory Program Development Grants, American Society for Clinical Pathology. Amount: $2500.00 {NOT FUNDED}

2016, PI, MLS/MLT Faculty Shortages – Laboratory Program Development Grants, American Society for Clinical Pathology. Amount: $2500.00 {NOT FUNDED}

2015, PI: Eduardo Pérez-Román (Industrial Engineering, Texas State); Susan Fenton (UH); Rodney E. Rohde (CLS). Agency for Health Care Research and Quality (AHRQ) grant submission period, 09/2015 – 08/2020 – Reducing CAUTIs in the ICU by Using Systems Simulation Modeling. Amount: $2,158,515.00 {NOT FUNDED}

2014-2015, PI: Danny Wescott (FARF); Co-PI: Rodney E. Rohde (CLS). Collaborative: Planning Grants: NSF -NIJ I/UCRC Necrobiome Research and Its Application in Decomposition Ecology and Forensics – 1464600. Amount: $11,500 (Industry to add up to $300,000.00) {NOT FUNDED}

2014, PI: Melinda Villagran (Communication Studies); Co-PI: Marian Houser (Communication Studies); Megan Trad (Radiation Therapy); Consultant: Rodney E. Rohde (CLS). Just the Vax: An Evidence-Based HPV Literacy Communication Training Program.  CPRIT: Health Behavior Change through Public Education. Amount: $300,000.00 {NOT FUNDED}

2014 & Resubmit 2016, PI,  Shannon Weigum (Biology, MSEC); Co-PI: Rodney E. Rohde (CLS, 2016) Tania Betancourt (Chemistry and Biochemistry, MSEC); Senior Personnel:  Nihal Dharmasiri and Hong-Gu Kang (Biology), Alexander Karnienko, Corina Maeder, Walter Rudzinski (Chemistry and Biochemistry), Rodney E. Rohde (CLS, 2014), and Michelle Lane (FCS). NSF-MRI 2014 – Flow Cytometer and Cell Sorting System. Amount: $346,250.00 {NOT FUNDED}

2012 – 2013, PI, Ceballos, N.A., Graham, R. (Co-PI), Rohde, R.E. (Co-PI). Influence of BDNF genotype on P300 ERP indices of alcohol cue reactivity. Submitted to ABMRF: The Alcohol Research Foundation. (2-year proposal, Amount:  $91,465). {NOT FUNDED}

2012, PI: Rodney E. Rohde (CLS), United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) E. Kika De La Garza Fellowship Program, Hispanic-Serving Institutions National Program, Executive Fellowship (Summer): Amount = full travel expenses (Washington, DC) and portion of summer salary estimated at $12,500.00 {NOT FUNDED}

2009, PI: Rodney E. Rohde (CLS),  “MRSA Prevalence and Risk Factors in University Dormitories”, ASCLS Unrestricted grant. Amount: $5K {NOT FUNDED}

2007, PI: Rodney E. Rohde (CLS), Clinical Laboratory Science Professionalism Building, SSTars Mini-Grant.  Texas State University-San Marcos. Amount $5000.00 {NOT FUNDED}

2007, PI: Rodney E. Rohde (CLS), Texas State University Library Grant for GIDEON Informatics database.  Amount: $~3000.00 {NOT FUNDED}

2006, (PI-Dr. Oren Renick), Co PI-R. Rohde, et al. “Texans Learn and Serve”, Corporation for National and Community Service, Learn and Serve America Program.  Amount: ~$1.5 million over 3 years {NOT FUNDED}

January, 2004 Co-Principal Investigator, Mobile Clinical Laboratory Science (Health Professions) Computer Laboratory.  Texas State University Student Computing Resources Grant Proposal.  Amount: ~$30,000.  {NOT FUNDED}

October, 2003 PI: Rodney E. Rohde (CLS), “Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) Carriage Rates in Three Texas County Jails.”  Texas State University Research Enhancement Grant.  Amount: ~$8000.00. {NOT FUNDED}

Contracts submitted

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