Ph.D. University of Wisconsin, Madison
I study various aspects of the relationship between fish and their macroparasites and conduct research in environmental parasitology. Research projects that I am currently involved in include studying heavy metal accumulation in cestodes parasitizing fish from water bodies that vary in level of contaminants, examining histopathological changes in parasitized fish from polluted habitats, assessing the role of parasites in mate choice in fish, and studying the population biology of parasite assemblages of lacustrine fish.
Selected Research Publications
Hogue, C. and B. Swig. 2007. Habitat quality and endoparasitism in the Pacific sanddabCitharichthys sordidus from Santa Monica Bay, southern California. Journal of Fish Biology 70:231-242.
Hogue, C. C. and J. S. Peng. 2003. Relationships between fish parasitism and pollution exposure in the white croaker, Genyonemus lineatus (Sciaenidae) from Los Angeles Harbor, Southern California, U. S. A. Comparative Parasitology 70:84-87.
Hogue, C. C. and J. M. Paris. 2002. Macroparasites of Pacific sanddab Citharichthys sordidus from polluted waters of the Palos Verdes Shelf, southern California. Bulletin of the Southern California Academy of Sciences 101:36-41.
Hogue, C. C. and J. S. Peng. 2001. Endohelminths of white croaker (Genyonemus lineatus) from Los Angeles Harbor, southern California, U.S. A. Comparative Parasitology 68: 36-41.
Hogue, C. C., D. R. Sutherland, and B. M. Christensen. 1993. Ecology of metazoan parasites infecting Catostomus spp. (Catostomidae) from southwestern Lake Superior. Canadian Journal of Zoology 71:1646-1652.