Journal Publications

  1. SJ. Haig, N. Kotlarz, J.J. LiPuma, L. Raskin. A high-throughput approach for the identification of non- tuberculous mycobacteria in drinking water reveals relationship between water age and Mycobacterium avium. mBio. 9(1) e:02354-17. 2018. 

  2. N. Kotlarz, N. Rockey, T. Olson, SJ. Haig, L. Sanford, JJ. LiPuma, L. Raskin. Biofilms in Full-Scale Drinking Water Ozone Contactors Contribute Viable Bacteria to Ozonated Water. Environmental Science & Technology. 2018. 

  3. L. Thompson, J. Sanders, D. McDonald, A. Amir, J. Ladau et al., and the Earth Microbiome Project (EMP) Consortium*. A Communal Catalogue Reveals Earth’s Multiscale Microbial Diversity. Nature. 551. 7681. 2017. [*SJ. Haig is an EMP consortium author.]

  4. T. Olson, M. Wax, J. Yonts, K. Heidecorn, SJ. Haig, D. Yeoman, Z. Hayes, L. Raskin and B. Ellis. Forensic Estimates of Lead Release from Lead Service Lines during the Water Crisis in Flint, Michigan. Environmental Science & Technology Letters. 2017.

  5. R.H. Lahr, H. Goetsch, SJ. Haig, N. Love, A. Noe-Hays, D. Aga, C. Bott, B. Foxman, J. Jimenez, T. Luo, R. Mullen, K. Nace, K. Ramadugu, K.R. Wigginton. Urine bacterial community convergence through fertilizer production: Storage, pasteurization, and struvite precipitation. Environmental Science & Technology. 50 (21),11619–11626. 2016

  6. L.J. Caverly, L.A. Carmody, SJ. Haig, N. Kotlarz, L.M. Kalikin, L. Raskin, J.J. LiPuma. Culture-Independent Identification of Nontuberculous Mycobacteria in Cystic Fibrosis Respiratory Specimens. PLoS One. 11(4), p.e0153876. 2016.

  7. SJ. Haig, C. Gauchotte-Lindsay, G. Collins and C. Quince. Bioaugmentation Mitigates the Impact of Estrogen on Coliform-Grazing Protozoa. Environmental Science & Technology. 50 (6), 3101-3110. 2016.

  8. C. Quince, N. Loman, U.Z. Ijaz, A. M. Eren, D. Saulnier, J. Russell, SJ. Haig, et al., Extensive modulation of the fecal metagenome in children with Crohn’s disease during exclusive enteral nutrition. American Journal of Gastroenterology. 2015.

  9. SJ. Haig, C. Quince, R. Davies, C. Dorea and G. Collins. The Relationship Between Microbial Community Evenness and Function in Slow Sand Filters. mBio. 6 (5): e00729-15. 2015. (doi:10.1128/mBio.00729-15)

  10. M. Feder, V. Phoenix, SJ. Haig, C. Dorea and H. Haynes. Influence of biofilms on heavy metal immobilization in Sustainable urban Drainage Systems (SuDS). Environmental Technology. June: 8 1-12. 2015. (doi:10.1080/09593330.2015.1049214 )

  11. MJ. Khan, C. Quince, UJ, Ijaz, N. Loman, S.T. Calus, J. Quick, SJ. Haig, MG. Shaikh, C.A. Edwards, K. Gerasimidis. A detailed analysis of the gut microbial diversity and metabolic activity in children with obesity of different aetiology and lean controls. Proceedings of the Nutrition Society. 72 (OCE1), E75. 2015. (doi:10.1017/S0029665115000907)

  12. SJ. Haig, M. Schirmer, R. D'Amore, J. Gibbs, R. Davies, G. Collins and C. Quince. Stable-Isotope Probing and Metagenomics Reveal Protozoan Grazing as the Major Route for E. coli Removal in Slow Sand Filters. ISME J, 2014. (doi:10.1038/ismej.2014.175)

  13. SJ. Haig, C. Quince, R. Davies, C. Dorea, and G. Collins. Validating the Performance and Microbial Community of Laboratory-Scale Slow Sand Filters with respect to Full-Scale Industrial Filters. Water Research, 61:141-151, 2014. (doi:10.1016/j.watres.2014.05.008)

  14. SJ. Haig, C. Quince, G. Collins, R.L. Davies, and C. Gauchotte-Lindsay. Progress in Slow Sand and Alternative Biofiltration Processes. Volume 5, Chapter 17: Bioaugmentation Reduces Negative Effect of Estrogens on Coliform Removal in Slow Sand Filters. IWA publishing, 2014. ISBN: 9781780406374

  15. SJ. Haig, G. Collins, R. Davies, C. Dorea, and C. Quince. Biological aspects of slow sand filtration: past, present and future. Water Science & Technology: Water Supply, 11(4):468–472, 2011. (doi:10.2166/ws.2011.076)

  16. SJ. Haig. Adherence of Mannheimia haemolytica to ovine bronchial epithelial cells. Bioscience Horizons, 4(1):50, 2011. (doi: 10.1093/biohorizons/hzr007)

  17. D. Verner-Jeffreys, SJ. Haig, T. Welch, M. Pond, D. Stone, R. Davies, and R. Gardner. Characterisation of a serotype O1 Yersinia ruckeri isolate from the Isle of Man: further evidence that o antigen serotype is not a reliable indicator of virulence. European Association of Fish Pathologists, 31(3):86–91, 2011.

  18. SJ. Haig, R. Davies, T. Welch, R. Reese, and D. Verner-Jeffreys. Comparative susceptibility of Atlantic Salmon and Rainbow Trout to Yersinia ruckeri: relationship to O antigen serotype and resistance to serum killing. Veterinary Microbiology, 147(1-2):155–161, 2011. (doi: 10.1016/j.vetmic.2010.06.022)

  19. D. Verner-Jeffreys, T. Welch, T. Schwarz, M. Pond, M. Woodward, SJ. Haig, G. Rimmer, E. Roberts, V. Morrison, and C. Baker-Austin. High prevalence of multidrug-tolerant bacteria and associated antimicrobial resistance genes isolated from ornamental fish and their carriage water. PLoS One, 4(12):e8388, 2009. (doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0008388)

Book Chapters

SJ. Haig, C. Quince, G. Collins, R.L. Davies, and C. Gauchotte-Lindsay. Progress in Slow Sand and Alternative Biofiltration Processes. Volume 5, Chapter 28: Bioaugmentation Reduces Negative Effect of Estrogens on Coliform Removal in Slow Sand Filters. John Wiley and Sons, 2014.