Tatiana proboste 

I am interested in exploring and developing tools to investigate the role of wildlife in disease transmission in urbanized environments. My project will focus mostly on using molecular methods (Barcoding and NGS) and distribution predictive model to improve our understanding of paralysis tick across a changing landscape.



  • Bachelor Veterinary Science

Tatiana Proboste



Cevidanes, A., LauraAltet, L., Andrea D.Chirife, A.D., 

Proboste, T., Javier Millán, J., 2017. Drivers of Bartonella

infection in micromammals and their fleas in a Mediterranean

peri-urban area, Veterinary Microbiology, Volume 3: 



Proboste, T., Clark, N.,,Corvalan, P., Goldizen, A., Beyer, H., Seddo,

J., 2017. Commensal bacterial network analysis as a promising tool

for disease ecology. Available from: 




Cevidanes, A., Proboste, T., Andrea D. Chirife, A.D., Millán, J., 2016. Differences in the ectoparasite fauna between micromammals captured in natural and adjacent residential areas are better explained by sex and season than by type of habitat, Parasitology Research 115 (6): DOI 10.1007/s00436-016-4962-0.

Millán, J., Proboste, T., Fernández de Mera, I.G., Chirife, A.D., de la Fuente, J., Laura Altet, L., 2015. Molecular detection of vector-borne pathogens in wild and domestic carnivores and their ticks at the human-wildlife interface, Ticks and Tick-borne Diseases.


Proboste, T. et al., 2017. Infection and exposure to vector-borne pathogens in rural dogs and their ticks, Uganda. Parasites & Vectors, Volume 8, Issue 306: DOI 10.1186/s13071-015-0919-x.


Millán, J., Chirife, A.D., Proboste, T., Roser Velarde, R., 2014.  Factors associated with the prevalence and pathology of Calodium hepaticum and C. splenaecum in periurban micromammals. Parasitology Research, Volume 113, Issue 8.