Mark E. Payton


 Payton  

Dept. Head &
Professor

Department of Statistics
Oklahoma State University
301B MSCS Bldg

Stillwater, OK 74078-1056

Phone: 405-744-5684
Fax: 405-744-3533
E-mail: mark.payton@okstate.edu

 

 

Research Interests:

                  Biomedical Statistics, Survey Sampling, Statistics in Sports, Political Polling and Elections

 

JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS:

 

1. Abd-Elmagid, A., Hunger, R.M., Garzon, C., Payton, M.E., and Melouk, H.A. (2017), “Effects of Osmotic and Matric Potentials on Pyrenophora tritici-repentis,” International Journal of Agriculture and Environmental Research, vol. 3, 2470-2492.

2. Ayalew, S., Confer, A.W., Canaan, P.J., and Payton, M.E. (2017), “Proteomic and Bioinformatic Analyses of Mannheimia haemolytica Secretome by Liquid Chromatography and Tandem Mass Spectrometry,” Veterinary Microbiology, available online at http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.vetmic.2017.02.011.

3. Bennett, R.S., Hatfield, R.D., Payton, M.E., and Chamberlin, K.D. (2017), “Lignin Content and Resistance to Sclerotinia minor in Peanut,” Peanut Science, vol. 44, available online at doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.3146/PS16-10.1

4. Cichocki, B., Dugat, D., and Payton, M.E. (2017), “Agreement of Axillary and Auricular Temperature with Rectal Temperature in Systemically Healthy Dogs Undergoing Surgery,” Journal of the American Animal Hospital Association, vol. 53, 291-296.

5. Davis, M.S., Cummings, S.M., and Payton, M.E. (2017), “Effect of Brachycephaly and Body Condition Score on Canine Respiratory Thermoregulation During Heat Stress,” Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, vol. 251, 1160-1165.

6. Evans, S.F., Beebe, M., Mahmood, M., Janthachotikun, S., Eldoumi, H., Peterson, S., Payton, M.E., Perkins-Veazie, P., Smith, B.J., and Lucas, E.A. (2017), “Mango Supplementation has No Effect on Inflammatory Mediators in Healthy Obese Adults,” Nutrition and Metabolic Insights, vol. 10, 1-11.

7. Fulton, R.W., Neill, J., Saliki, J.T., Burge, L.J., Payton, M.E., and Landis, C. (2017), “Genomic and Antigenic Characterization of Bovine Parainfluenza-3 Viruses in the United States Including Modified Live Virus Vaccine (MLV) Strains and Field Strains from Cattle,” Virus Research, vol. 235, 77-81.

8. Greenstone, M.H., Cornelius, M.L., Olsen, R.T., and Payton, M.E. (2017), “Test of a Natural Enemy Hypothesis on Plant Provenance: Spider Abundance in Native and Exotic Ornamental Landscapes,” Journal of Entomological Sciences, vol. 52, 340-351.

9. Iyer, J.K., Kalra, M., Kaul, A., Payton, M.E., and Kaul, R. (2017), “Estrogen Receptor (ER) Expression in Chronic Hepatitis C and Hepatocellular Carcinoma Pathogenesis,” World Journal of Gastroenterology, vol. 23, 6802-6818.

10. Johnson, S.A., Feresin, R.G., Navaei, N., Figueroa, A., Elam, M.L., Akhavan, N.S., Payton, M.E., and Arjmandi, B.H. (2017), “Effects of Daily Blueberry Consumption on Circulating Biomarkers of Oxidative Stress, Inflammation, and Antioxidant Defense in Postmenopausal Women with Pre- and Stage 1-Hypertension: a Randomized, Controlled Trial,” Food and Function, vol. 8, 372-380.

11. Kahn, B., Rebek, E., Brandenberger, L., Reed, K., Payton, M.E. (2017), “Companion Planting with White Yarrow or with Feverfew for Squash Bug, Anasa tristis (Hemiptera: Coreidae) Management on Summer Squash,” Pest Management Science, vol. 73, 1127-1133.

12. Kard, B.M., Davis, R.W., Konemann, C.E., Shelton, K.T., and Payton, M.E. (2017), “Hydraulic Trench Termiticide Injections Eliminate Termites from Buildings,” Southwestern Entomologist, vol. 42, 959-968.

13. Konemann, C.E., Kard, B.M., Royer, T.A., and Payton, M.E. (2017), “Carbon Dioxide and Methane Emissions from Different-Sized Groups of Eastern Subterranean Termites,” Southwestern Entomologist, vol. 42, 321-329.

14. Ludwig, H.C., Hanzlicek, A.S., KuKanich, K.S., and Payton, M.E. (2017), “Candidate Prognostic Indicators in Cats with Histoplasmosis Treated with Antifungal Therapy,” Journal of Feline Medicine and Surgery, available online at DOI:10.1177/1098612X17746523.

15. Mbata, G.M., Eason, J., Payton, M.E., and Davis, M.F. (2017), “Putative Host Volatiles Used by Habrobracon hebetor (Hymenoptera: Braconidae) to Locate Larval of Plodia interpunctella, (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae), Journal of Insect Behavior, vol. 30, 287-299.

16. Paudyal, S., Opit, G.P., Arthur, F.H., Bingham, G.V., Payton, M.E., Gautam, S.G., and Noden, B. (2017), “Effectiveness of the ZeroFly® Storage Bag Fabric Against Stored-product Insects,” Journal of Stored Product Research, vol. 73, 87-97.

17. Paudyal, S., Opit, G.P., Arthur, F.H., Bingham, G.V., Payton, M.E., Osekre, E.A., Danso, J.K., Manu, N., and Nsiah, E.P. (2017), “Field Evaluation of the Long-Lasting Treated Storage Bag, Deltamethrin Incorporated (ZeroFly® Storage Bag) as a Barrier to Insect Pest Infestation,” Journal of Stored Product Research, vol. 70, 44-52.

18. Rupp, K., Ham, N.J., Blankenship, D., Payton, M.E., and Murray, K. (2017), “Pre and Post Hoc Analysis of Electronic Health Record Implementation on Emergency Department Metrics,” Baylor University Medical Center Proceedings, vol. 30, 147-150.

19. Sanower, W., Mbata, G.N., and Payton, M.E. (2017), “Studies on the Rearing of Habrobracon hebetor on Diapausing and Non-diapausing Larvae of Plodia interpunctella,” Biological Control, vol. 118, 32-36.

20. Schoonover, M.J., Moser, D.K., Young, J.M., Payton, M.E., and Holbrook, T.C. (2017), “Effects of Tourniquet Number Application and Exsanguination on Amikacin Concentrations in the Radiocarpal and Distal Interphalangeal Joints after Low Volume Intravenous Regional Limb Perfusion in Horses,” Veterinary Surgery, vol. 6, 675-682.

21. Shaible, M., Ben-Amotz, R., Caceres, A.V., Payton, M.E., Segev, Y., Shani, J. (2017), “Combined TPLO and LFS for Cranial Cruciate Ligament Rupture with Severe Rotational Instability in Dogs," Journal of Small Animal Practice, vol. 58, 219-226.

22. Starkey, L.A., Bowles, J., Payton, M.E., and Blagburn, B.L. (2017), “Comparative Evaluation of Commercially Available Point-of-care Heartworm Antigen Tests Using Well-characterized Canine Plasma Samples,” Parasites and Vectors, vol. 10.

23. Weinbrecht, K.D., Fu, J., Payton, M.E., and Allen, R.W. (2017), “Time-Dependent Loss of mRNA Transcripts from Forensic Stains,” Research and Reports in Forensic Medical Science, vol. 7, 1-12.