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Jerome Goddard

Extension Professor, Biochemistry, Moledular Biology, Entomology and Plant Pathology

E-mail address: jgoddard@entomology.msstate.edu
Website: http://www.jeromegoddard.com


Dr. Goddard is an extension medical/veterinary entomologist at MSU where he is consultant on all aspects of medical/veterinary entomology statewide. He sets up and supervises entomological projects and vector control demonstration programs relating to animal and human health throughout the state of Mississippi. He also designs and implements research projects concerning insect vector ecology or control.

He was formerly the State Medical Entomologist at the Mississippi Department of Health, and also held two appointments in the School of Medicine, The University of Mississippi Medical Center - Clinical Assistant Professor of Preventive Medicine and Assistant Professor of Medicine.

He received his bachelor's and master's degrees in biological science from the University of Mississippi in 1979 and 1981, and his Ph. D. degree in medical entomology from Mississippi State University in 1984. In December of 1985 he was commissioned as an officer in the U.S. Air Force and served as a medical entomologist in the Epidemiology Division of the USAF School of Aerospace Medicine, Brooks AFB, Texas, for three and a half years.

In 1988 he was named Best Academic Instructor in the Residents in Aerospace Medicine Course and Company Grade Officer of the Year. Since March of 1989 Dr. Goddard has been serving in the capacity of State Medical Entomologist at the Mississippi Department of Health, Jackson, Mississippi, where he designs, implements, and supervises all vector control programs relating to public health throughout the state of Mississippi.

Dr. Goddard has authored or co-authored over 150 scientific publications in the field of medical entomology and is the author of Ticks and Tick-borne Diseases Affecting Military Personnel, published by the U.S. Air Force, as well as Infectious Diseases and Arthropods, published by Humana Press. He was recently featured in Reader's Digest and on a series entitled "Living with Bugs" on the Learning Channel. In 2001, Dr. Goddard published a novel about a mosquito-borne disease outbreak entitled, The Well of Destiny, and in 2006, published another novel, this time about virus behavior entitled, Vital Forces. Dr. Goddard frequently presents seminars and guest lectures nationally and internationally on Arthropods and Medicine and related topics. He is a member of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the Mississippi Mosquito and Vector Control Association, and the Mississippi Entomological Association. His main research interests are the ecology and epidemiology of tick-borne diseases, but he also publishes on a wide range of medically important arthropods.


Public Health Entomology

Goddard, Jerome
Publisher: CRC Press
2013
ISBN: 9781439848814

"Increasing problems of emerging and re-emerging infectious diseases, brought about, at least in part, by vectors fueled by increased worldwide travel and commerce, make this a highly timely book for anyone in the public practice of medical and veterinary entomology, including entomologists, public health officials, and pest control technicians and managers. Employing a reader-friendly style with bulleted texts, scenarios, and case history boxes, it targets the major vectors and pests of medical and public health importance, addresses regulatory and academic medical entomology, and discusses disease vector control with worldwide application" --Provided by publisher.



Living Memories

Goddard, Jerome
Publisher: Livingston Press
2013
ISBN: 978-1-60489-116-4
Collaborators: Rosella Goddard

People who experience traumas in their life may unwittingly have urges to act out those same behaviors. Gregory "Dex" Poindexter is a neuroscientist conducting research on traumatic memories looking for ways to treat or heal them. Under the guise of "approved" research, Dex discovers that memories can be copied and spread from person-to-person like viruses, implanting secret thoughts into their brains. While trying to manipulate his girlfriend with infectious memories, Dex unknowingly releases a secret power that can destroy far more than one small university biology department. The worst part of it all are words of a child he can’t get out of his mind, "Momma, the memories are so strong, so real, so alive . . ."



Physician's Guide to Arthropods of Medical Importance

Goddard, Jerome
Publisher: CRC Press
Sixth,2012
ISBN: 1439850852

"The sixth edition continues the previous tradition, in that the information provided is practical and presented in a format optimal for use on an as-needed basis. The addition of color photographs throughout the text (and not just an insert) is a major plus. Additional clinical case histories enliven the text. General guidelines to treatment of conditions resulting from exposure to arthropods and appropriate references to detailed material are also provided. Another aspect, the ‘Bug Coach’ CD-ROM, provides over 100 line drawings, figures, and photos in three sections: (1) arthropods, (2) arthropod-induced diseases and conditions, and (3) an identification guide. The CD also now includes a few brief instructional videos. … This text has come of age at a time when it is needed most. It will especially be valued by health care providers who find themselves in unknown territory, both geographically and medically." --Richard D. deShazo, M.D., University of Mississippi Medical Center



Eternal Words

Goddard, Jerome
Publisher: Mountainview
2010
ISBN: 1936127334
Collaborators: Rosella Goddard

Dr. Chaz Donovan, a professor of linguistics, tries to unravel a mystery concerning ancient writing on clay tablets and later travels to a remote south Pacific Island to find members of a lost tribe who speak a strange, non-Polynesian language. Chaz's parents had been killed when he was in college and their deaths had shaken his belief in a loving God, although his aunt Verna, a Pentecostal Christian, constantly pleads with him and prays for him to re-establish his relationship with God. Verna regularly gives him supernatural Words from God. On the tiny, rainforest-covered island, Chaz faces grave danger as he seeks to determine the relationships between Verna's words from the Lord, the clay tablet inscriptions, and the language of the lost.



Infectious Diseases and Arthropods

Goddard, Jerome
Publisher: Humana Press
Second Edition,2009
ISBN: 1603273999

In this second edition of Infectious Diseases and Arthropods, Jerome Goddard summarizes the latest thinking about the biological, entomological, and clinical aspects of the major vector-borne diseases around the world. His book covers mosquito-, tick-, and flea-borne diseases, and a variety of other miscellaneous vector-borne diseases, including Chagas' disease, African sleeping sickness, onchocerciasis, scrub typhus, and louse-borne infections. The author provides for each disease a description of the vector involved, notes on its biology and ecology, distribution maps, and general clinical guidelines for treatment and control. Among the diseases fully discussed are malaria, dengue and yellow fevers, lymphatic filariasis, spotted fevers, ehrlichiosis, lyme disease, tularemia, and plague. Other arthropod-caused or related problems-such as myiasis, imaginary insect or mite infestations, and arthropod stings and bites-are also treated. At a time when vector-borne diseases are spreading ever more widely, Infectious Diseases and Arthropods provides physicians, infectious disease specialists, medical entomologists, and public health officials with an up-to-date, readily accessible, gold-standard reference source.



You Gonna Touch That? Disgusting Facts About Bugs

Goddard, Jerome
Publisher: Fathers Press
Student Edition,2008
ISBN: 0979539439

Have you ever seen a spider and gotten the creeps? Or ever wondered what good mosquitoes and ticks are? You're not alone; lots of people think such things.

Insects and related organisms, often all loosely called bugs, are everywhere. They greatly outnumber all other land animals. In fact, more species of insects exist than any other animal group.

Insects and their kin, such as spiders, mites, ticks, and scorpions, are all placed together in one larger grouping called "arthropods." People see arthropods all the time-sometimes inside houses, or in the office downtown, but especially in the yard and garden. Some of us freak out and try to chase them down and kill them. But most bugs are harmless. They are an important part of the food chain, providing food for birds and other animals.

In addition, bees are needed for pollinating flowering plants. Some bugs have disgusting habits-like eating poop, or squirting stinky juices, or dringing blood. And there are even some harmful bugs, that is, ones that can sting, bite, or even transmit disease germs.

Perhaps as much or more that anybody, kids encounter bugs-almost constantly. Therefore, it's a good idea to know something about them-which ones are harmful, which ones are weird, and which ones are just plain disgusting.



Faith vs. Science: The Unnecessary Dichotomy

Goddard, Jerome
Publisher: Fathers Press
2007
ISBN: 9780977940790

I doubt many people will be pleased with this book. My scientist friends will think I'm crazy (or crazier than previously thought), and my Christian friends will think I've compromised my beliefs. However, I wrote it because I've struggled to understand the world around me and this is my story of that journey to understanding matters of faith and science, which for the most part simply cannot be resolved. Along this path, I ve become convinced that there is a spiritual dimension to the world. Naturalism fails to explain the universe adequately. To me, the religious impulse, so pervasive in humans, indicates that we have a spiritual nature and a hunger for that realm. God has somehow put within us a knowing of this dimension. Believing is much more natural than not believing. This is not a book on theology, nor is it a highly technical scientific analysis. It s really just a conversation between me and a hypothetical, non-hostile unbeliever. My purpose is to help scientific people see that religion is not just for kooks and to help religious people see that science is not just for atheists. Persons skilled in debate will quickly notice that I have utilized a variety of methods to advance my arguments such as logic, rhetoric, presentation of scientific/experimental data, and even narrative. I realize this mixture of methods is in itself a fault and sometimes appears self-contradictory. However, keep in mind that this book is written in a conversational tone. In real life conversations, people utilize a variety of methods to make their points. That s what I'm doing here opening up a reasonable, educated conversation about God, science, and life itself in ways that work best for me. Also, the book is not meant to be read cover to cover. It consists of essays on diverse scientific or religious topics, each of which could stand alone. Some of them are short (a few paragraphs) containing main thoughts on the subject at hand. I might suggest the reader just bounce around and read whatever interests him or her. I ask for mercy from theologians and scientists as they read these essays and ask that they not read this book as if they were grading an assignment or reviewing a paper for publication. Instead, I hope they will read it like a diary detailing one man s search to understand reality.



Physician's Guide to Arthropods of Medical Importance

Goddard, Jerome
Fifth Edition,2007
ISBN: 9780849385391

As the importance of medical entomology increases, access to up-to-date, authoritative information also becomes increasingly important. Over 12 years, the award-winning, bestselling Physician's Guide to Arthropods of Medical Importance has established itself as a standard reference in doctors' offices and emergency rooms, and the fifth edition is no exception. Each edition has become a bestseller in its own right and the fourth edition received highly commended in the 2003 British Medical Association book competition. Designed to help clinicians identify various arthropods and to trace the signs and symptoms of vector-borne diseases to their sources, the text also details currently recommended forms of treatment. The volume begins by describing the pathologic conditions caused by arthropods and the principles of treating those conditions. It elucidates the rationale behind the various treatment regimes and the underlying principles of controlling the immune response. It covers identification of arthropods and common signs and symptoms of vector-borne disease. The book then provides an alphabetical arrangement of arthropods of medical importance with clearly marked subheadings for easy information access. The chapters have been updated with the latest information and current references. Older photographs and line drawings have been replaced with new and improved versions. More importantly, a CD-ROM has been developed to accompany the new edition. The interactive CD contains helpful identification aids, additional reading materials, and more color photos.



The Robin's Cliff Mystery Series

Goddard, Jerome
Publisher: iUniverse, Inc.
2006
ISBN: 0595397999

Welcome to the adventures of three young cousins, Joe, Dennis, and Susan Craig, as they explore caves, chase monsters, expose unethical treatment of animals, and visit a 150-year-old antebellum home. Through the three stories, the reader will come to love the characters--Joe for his brains, Dennis for his brute strength, and Susan for her no-nonsense bold style. The cousins originally grew up in towns close enough to spend time as children in the woods at a make-believe playground called Robin's Cliff. However, in reality, Robin's Cliff was nothing more than a huge gully, carved out by erosion, out in the middle of the Mississippi woods. Robin's Cliff soon became a magical spot as the kids regularly met there to play and let their imaginations run wild. The sleuthing skills attained at Robin's Cliff enable the youngsters to deal with several grown-up challenges with great success.



Vital Forces

Goddard, Jerome
Publisher: Treble Heart Books
2006
ISBN: 9781932695328

Duke Livermore was once a normal biology professor at the University of Mississippi. He had good credentials, fulfilling research, a wonderful family, and a life. He thought he understood reality. Then a radical scientific discovery turns his perfect life upside down. Duke is shocked when his friend and colleague, Rich Haas, a virologist, stumbles upon a research finding so profound, so mind boggling, that it shakes Duke's logic-based worldview to the core. The discovery puts them both in grave danger.

Suddenly Rich Haas's mind is wiped clean by the virus. He stares into nothingness and whispers five words over and over and over.

"Stay away from the lizards!"



Endless Present

Goddard, Jerome
Publisher: Treble Heart Books
2006

Time may be real and predictable, but the perception of time is variable, depending upon one's brain processing speed.

At least that is Duke Livermore's theory. The problem is, other professors at the University of Mississippi are better able to pursue research concerning the theory: Duke's theory.

Modern scientific research is fraught with unforseen consequences, and this becomes evident as Duke develops gnawing doubts about the trustworthiness of one of his colleagues, Dr. Kirkwood Swartz, a physiologist he suspects is conducting unethical research.

Duke seeks to expose his fellow professor's unscrupulous activies, never suspecting that uncovering what lies behind the walls of Swartz's animal research facility may cost him and his wife their very lives.



You Gonna Touch That? Disgusting Facts About Bugs

Goddard, Jerome
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
2004
ISBN: 1413429785

Many insects, spiders, scorpions, and ticks appear to be weird, gross, mean, or scary. These creatures aren’t really mean or gross; it just seems that way to us. They are just out there in nature making a living and trying to survive. However, some species do cause harm to people by bites, stings, or diseases they carry. Inside this book are stories of some of the most interesting bug creatures on earth and disgusting facts about each one. There are descriptions of deadly spiders, beetles that eat poop or squirt out stinky juices, ants that take over land, flies that eat dead things, and even bugs that kiss people goodnight. Perhaps more than anybody, kids encounter bugs—almost constantly. Therefore, it´s a good idea to know something about them—which ones are harmful, which ones are weird, and which ones are just plain disgusting.

Target Audience: 7 -- 11 year olds



The Well of Destiny

Goddard, Jerome
Publisher: Writers Club Press
2001
ISBN: 0595198961

Dr. Jeffrey Mann, disillusioned by the South, soured on marriage, returns to Mississippi to investigate a lethal disease outbreak. The disease - mosquito-carried encephalitis - suddenly emerges in late July in the southeastern corner of the State and health department officials scramble to contain the outbreak. The new form of encephalitis is really strange (having a mixture of characteristics), making genetic engineering or bioterrorism real possibilities. The Centers for Disease Control in Ft. Collins sends the 39 year-old Dr. Mann (specialist in infectious disease outbreaks) to Mississippi to aid local Health Department officials in handling the outbreak. He hates going back because he was deeply offended during adolescence by the rigid, prim and proper South and pressures to conform. During his investigation, Dr. Mann discovers that infectious disease outbreaks are bad enough by themselves, but immensely more serious when intentionally spread.



Infectious Diseases and Arthropods

Goddard, Jerome
Publisher: Humana Press
First Edition,2000
ISBN: 0896038254

Jerome Goddard summarizes the latest thinking about the biological, entomological, and clinical aspects of the major vector-borne diseases around the world. His book covers mosquito-, tick-, and flea-borne diseases, and a variety of other miscellaneous vector-borne diseases, including Chagas' disease, African sleeping sickness, onchocerciasis, scrub typhus, and louse-borne infections. The author provides for each disease a description of the vector involved, notes on its biology and ecology, distribution maps, and general clinical guidelines for treatment and control. At a time when vector-borne diseases are spreading evermore widely, Infectious Diseases and Arthropods provides physicians, infectious disease specialists, medical entomologists, and public health officials with an up-to-date, readily accessible, gold-standard reference source.



Mystery at Eastport Cove

Goddard, Jerome
Publisher: Robin's Cliff Press
1991
ISBN: 0963060902

Eagerly looking forward to a fun-filled vacation, Joe Craig visits his two cousins at Eastport Marina on the Tennessee River. However, he soon becomes entangled in a baffling mystery that seems to be insolvable. People in the community are being confronted by a terrifying creature. After talking to Len Johnson, a local Civil War buff, Joe believes that the mysterious sightings are related to the old Hemphill buried treasure story of the late 1800's. When the cousins undertake a challenging search to solve the mystery, Joe is taken prisoner and his life threatened. How the teenage cousins save the tiny community from two sly, cunning schemers makes a non-stop intriguing story of suspense.

Recommended for ages 8-13



Ticks and Tickborne Diseases Affecting Military Personnel

Goddard, Jerome
Publisher: Medical Entomology Sect., Epidemiology Div., USAF School of Aerospace Med., Human Systems Div.
1989
Series: USAFSAM-SR 89-2

This special report contains a worldwide overview of the tick species and tickborne diseases potentially affecting military operations. Chapters on history of tickborne disease, biology/ecology of ticks, major tickborne diseases, species discussions, and management of tick problems during deployments are included. Photographs and/or drawings are provided for the medically important species occurring worldwide. This report serves as a guide for physicians, environmental health, veterinary, and pest management personnel.




Goddard, Jerome and Andrea S. Varela-Stokes. "The Role of the Lone Star Tick, Amblyomma americanum (L.), in Human and Animal Diseases" Vetrinary Parasitology 160.1-2 1-12.
Harrison, Bruce A., Wendy Varnado, Parker B. Whitt, and Jerome Goddard. "New Diagnostic Characters and Key for Females of Psorophora Species in the USA, with Notes on Psorophora mexicana" Journal of Vector Ecology 33.2 232-237.
Goddard II, Jerome and Jerome Goddard. "Estimating Populations of Adult Ixodes scapularis in Mississippi Using a Sequential Bayesian Algorithm" Journal of Medical Entomology 45.3 556-562.
Brown, K. S., J. S. Necaise, and Jerome Goddard. "Additions to the Known U.S. Distribution of Latrodectus geometricus (Araneae: Theridiidae)" Journal of Medical Entomology 45.5 959-962.
Goddard, Jerome, Stacy Upshaw, David Held, and Kerry Johnson. "Severe Reaction from Envenomation by the Brown Widow Spider, Latrodectus geometricus (Araneae: Theridiidae)" Southern Medical Journal 101.12 1269-1270.
Goddard, Jerome and Richard de Shazo. "Rapid Rise in Bed Bug Populations: The Need to Include Them in the Differential Diagnosis of Mysterious Skin Rashes" Southern Medical Journal 101.8 854-855.
Paddock, Christopher D., Richard W. Finley, ..., Jerome Goddard, et.al. "Rickettsia parkeri Rickettsiosis and Its Clinical Distinctin from Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever" Clinical Infectious Diseases 47.9 1188-1196.
Goddard, Jerome. "Under Watch" Pest Control Technology Magazine 33-38.
Goddard, Jerome. "The Importance of Pest Control in Public Health: Mosquito Control" Pest Control News 18-19.
Goddard, Jerome. "I Think, Therefore I Am" Pest Control Technology Magazine 123-125.
Goddard, Jerome. "What's New with Ehrlichiosis?" Infections in Medicine
Goddard, Jerome. "What's New with West Nile Virus?" Infections in Medicine 25 134-140.
Goddard, Jerome. "Kiss and Tell" Pest Control Technology Magazine 122-124.
Goddard, Jerome. "Bed Bugs Bounce Back" Mississippi Morbidity Report 24.6 2-3.
Goddard, Jerome. "Maggots in Human Tissues" Pest Control Technology Magazine 46-48.
Sumner, John W., Lance A. Durden, Jerome Goddard, Ellen Y. Stromdahl, Kerry L. Clark, Will K. Reeves, and Christopher D. Paddock. "Gulf Coast Ticks (Amblyomma maculatum) and Rickettsia parkeri, United States" Emerging Infectious Diseases 13.5 751-753.
Goddard, Jerome, Gretchen Waggy, Wendy C. Varnado, and Bruce A. Harrison. "Taxonomy and Ecology of the Pitcher Plant Mosquito, Wyeomyia smithii (Coquillett) (Diptera:Culicidae), in Mississippi" Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 109.3 684-688.
Goddard, Jerome. "Seasonal Activity of Amblyomma spp. in Mississippi" Journal of Vector Ecology 32.1 157-158.
Goddard, Jerome. "An Annotated List of the Ticks (Ixodidae and Argasidae) of Mississippi" Journal of Vector Ecology 31.1 206-209.
Goddard, Jerome, Wendy C. Varnado, and Bruce A. Harrison. "Notes on the Ecology of Culex Coronator Dyar and Knab, in Mississippi" Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association 22.4 622-625.
Goddard, Jerome and Blake Layton. "A Guide to the Ticks of Mississippi (Updated)" Mississippi Agricultural and Forestry Station Bulletin 1150
Goddard, Jerome. ""Most Wanted" List of Arthropod Vectors in the United States and Mexico" Infections in Medicine 23 28-31.
Goddard, Jerome and J. F. Piesman. "New Records of Immature Ixodes Scapularis from Mississippi" Journal of Vector Ecology 31.2 421-422.
Goddard, Jerome. "Pesticides, Religion & Philosophy: A Future Battle for PCOs?" Pest Control Technology Magazine 38-42.
Goddard, Jerome. "Brown Recluse Spider Bites: Facts and Fables" Infections in Medicine 22 205-210.
Goddard, Jerome. "Fleas and Human Disease" Infections in Medicine 22 402-405.
Goddard, Jerome. "The Basics of Mosquito Control" Pest Control Technology Magazine 50-61.
Goddard, Jerome and C. D. Paddock. "Observations on Distribution and Seasonal Activity of the Gulf Coast Tick in Mississippi" Journal of Medical Entomology 42.2 176-179.
Goddard, Jerome. "Biology of Disease Vectors - 2nd Edition (Book Review)" Emerging Infectious Diseases 11.8 1330-1331.
Goddard, Jerome. "Personal Protection Measures Against Imported Fire Ants" Annals of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology 95.4 344-349.
Goddard, Jerome. "The Anthropic Principle, String Theory, and Multiple Universes in Light of the Scientific Method" Journal of the Mississippi Academy of Sciences 50.3 165-167.
Goddard, Jerome. "New Ways of Looking at Memory Function: Certain Traumatic Memories Function like Viruses, Replicating Themselves" Medical Hypotheses 65.5 989-991.
Goddard, Jerome and C. P. Mc Hugh. "New Records for the Phlebotomine Sand Fly Lutzomyia shannoni (Dyar) (Diptera: Psychodidae) in Mississippi" Journal of the Mississippi Academy of Sciences 50.3 195-196.
Goddard, Jerome and Bruce A. Harrison. "New, Recent, and Questionable Mosquito Records from Mississippi" Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association 21.1 10-14.
Goddard, Jerome. "American Boutonneuse Fever: A New Spotted Fever Rickettsiosis" Infections in Medicine 21 207-210.
Paddock, C. D., J. W. Sumner, J. A. Comer, S. R. Zaki, C. S. Goldsmith, J. Goddard, S. McClellan, C. L. Tamminga, and C. A. Ohl. "A Newly Recognized Cause of Spotted Fever Rickettsiosis in the United States" Clinical Infectious Diseases 38.6 805-811.
Goddard, Jerome and R. de Shazo. "Fire Ant Attacks on Humans and Animals" Encyclopedia of Pest Management 1-2.
Goddard, Jerome. "Clinical Consequences of Mosquito Bites" Infections in Medicine 21 373-376.
Goddard, Jerome. "What's in a Name?" Pest Control Technology Magazine 60-71.
Jarratt, James H., Jerome Goddard, Blake Layton, and Joseph A. MacGowan`. "The Southern House Mosquito and Related Species: Biology and Control" Mississippi State University Cooperative Extension Service Publication 2336
Goddard, Jerome. "Fire Ant Attacks on Humans" Infections in Medicine 21 587-589.
Jarratt, James H., Blake Layton, Jerome Goddard, and Joseph MacGowan. "Insect Management Guidelines for Dairy Cattle and Dairies" Mississippi State University Cooperative Extension Service Publication 2357
Goddard, Jerome. "Bed Bugs Bounce Back--But Do They Transmit Disease?" Infections in Medicine 20.10 473-474.
Goddard, Jerome. "Arachnids with the Fiery Tail" Pest Control Technology Magazine 58-62.
Goddard, Jerome. "Health Problems from Kissing Bugs" Infections in Medicine 20 335-338.
Goddard, Jerome. "Chigger Control" Pest Control Technology Magazine 76-77.
Goddard, Jerome. "Do Bed Bugs Carry Disease?" Pest Control Technology Magazine 38-40.
Goddard, Jerome. "Fly, Fly Away" Pest Control Technology Magazine 44-49.
Goddard, Jerome. "Seasonality of Delusions of Parasitosis" Journal of Agromedicine 9.1 23-26.
Goddard, Jerome, M. Brooks and F. R. de Castro. "Exaggerated Reaction to a Presumed Spider Bite" Infections in Medicine 20 421.
Yi, G. B., D. McClendon, D. Desaiah, J. Goddard, A. Lister, J. Moffitt, R. Vander Meer, R. deShazo, K. S. Lee, and R. Rockhold. "Fire Ant Venom Alkaloid, Isosolenopsin A, a Potent and Selective Inhibitor of Neuronal Nitric Oxide Synthase" International Journal of Toxicology 22.2 81-86.
De Shazo, R. D., M. D. de Shazo, and Jerome Goddard. "Fire Ant Attacks on Patients in Nursing Homes: An Increasing Problem" American Journal of Medicine 116.12 843-846.
O'Reilly, M., C. Paddock, B. Elchos, J. Goddard, J. Childs, and M. Currier. "Physician Knowledge of the Diagnosis and Management of Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever" Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 990 295-298.
Moffitt, J. E., D. Vernarske, J. Goddard, A. B. Yates, and R. D. deShazo. "Allergic Reations to Triatoma Bites" Annals of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology 91 122-128.
Goddard, Jerome, John W. Sumner, Christopher D. Paddock, William L. Nicholson, John Shen, and Joseph F. Piesman. "Survey of ticks collected in Mississippi for Rickettsia, Ehrlichia, and Borrelia species" Journal of Vector Ecology 28.2 184-189.
Elchos, B. L. and Jerome Goddard. "Implications of Presumptive Fatal Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever in Two Dogs and Their Owner" Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 223.10 1450-1452.
Goddard, Jerome. "Experimental Infection of Lone Star Ticks, Amblyomma americanum (L.), with Rickettsia parkeri and Exposure of Guinea Pigs to the Agent" Journal of Medical Entomology 40.5 686-689.
Goddard, Jerome. "Where Have All the Medical Entomologists Gone?" Infections in Medicine 20 89-90.
Goddard, Jerome. "Training Day" Pest Control Technology Magazine 89-90.
Goddard, Jerome. "A Ten-Year Study of Human Tick Biting 1990-1999: Implications for Disease Transmission" Journal of Agromedicine 8.2 25-32.
Goddard, Jerome, James Jarratt and Richard deShazo. "Recommendations for Prevention and Management of Fire Ant Infestation of Health Care Facilities" Southern Medical Journal 95.6 627-633.
Goddard, Jerome, William B. Lushbaugh, Paul Hicock and John C. Meade. "Community-Wide Medical Entomology Training for Medical Practitioners" Southern Medical Journal 95.6 639-641.
Goddard, Jerome. "Mosquito-Borne Encephalitis: Test Your Diagnostic Skills" Infections in Medicine 19 407-409.
Goddard, Jerome. "Mosquito Vector Competence and West Nile Virus Transmission" Infections in Medicine 19 542-543.
Goddard, Jerome. "Public Health Benefits of Pesticides" Infections in Medicine 19.2 58-62.
Goddard, Jerome. "Focus on Pesticides: Fear Factor" Pest Contral Technology Magazine 38-42.
Goddard, J. and J. Feldman. "Point-Counterpoint: Pesticides in Public Health Campaigns: Weapons of Last Resort or Important Staple?" Pesticide and Toxic Chemical News 30.32 20-23.
Goddard, Jerome. "Focus on Mosquito Control: The Case for Mosquito Control" Pest Control Technology Magazine 24-26.
Goddard, Jerome. "Annual Ant Control Issue: Under Fire" Pest Control Technology Magazine 44-52.
Goddard, Jerome. "Why We Need Mosquito Spraying" Wing Beats 13.1 25-28.
Goddard, Jerome. "Health Risks and Benefits of Insect Repellents" Infections in Medicine 19 256-264, 285.
Goddard, Jerome. "FOCUS ON IPM: IPM Doesn't Mean "NO PESTICIDES"" Pest Control Technology Magazine 44-47.
Goddard, Jerome. "Myiasis Confused with Boils" Infections in Medicine 18 17-19.
Goddard, Jerome. "Public Health Benefits Of Pesticides" Pest Control Technology Magazine 24-30.
Goddard, Jerome. "The Future of Pest Control" Pest Control Technology Magazine 24-24.
Goddard, Jerome. "Encephalitis Overview" Pest Control Technology Magazine 80-83.
Goddard, Jerome. "What's Going on with Lyme Disease in the South?" Infections in Medicine 18.3 132-133.
Goddard, Jerome. "Black Flies and Onchocerciasis" Infections in Medicine 18 293-296.
Goddard, Jerome. "Creepy Crawlers" Pest Control Technology Magazine 36-41.
Goddard, Jerome. "Pathogenic and Nonpathogenic Rickettsia in Ticks : A Confusing Issue" Infections in Medicine 18.9 411-413.
Goddard, Jerome. "Ticks and Tick Ecology: Implications for Human Disease Transmission" Journal of Mississippi Academy of Sciences 46.2 100-104.
Goddard, Jerome. "Clustering Effect of Lone Star Ticks in Nature: Implications for Precision-Targeting of Pesticides" Proceedings of the 10th International Congress of Acarology 634-637.
Goddard, Jerome. "Tick Tricks" Pest Control Technology Magazine 59-63.
Goddard, Jerome. "Viruses Transmitted by Mosquitoes: LaCrosse Encephalitis" Infections in Medicine 17 407-410.
Goddard, Jerome. "Chigger Mites and Scrub Typhus" Infections in Medicine 17 236-239.
Goddard, Jerome. "The Big Question" Pest Control Technology Magazine 40-41.
Goddard, Jerome. "Perceived Passage of Time: Its Possible Relationship to Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder" Medical Hypotheses 55.4 351-352.
Goddard, Jerome. "Fire Ant Litigation Grows" Pest Control Technology Magazine 50-56.
Goddard, Jerome. "Medical Consequences of Bites and Stings" Infections in Medicine 17 537-539.
Goddard, Jerome. "Human Lice and Disease" Infections in Medicine 17.10 660-664.
Goddard, Jerome. "Germ-Transmitting Flies" Pest Control Technology Magazine 48, 52.
Goddard, Jerome. "Insect Bites and Stings" Pest Control Technology Magazine
Goddard, Jerome. "The Mystery of Bullis Fever: What Can We Learn from an Outbreak 57 Years Ago?" Infections in Medicine 17 24-26.
Goddard, Jerome. "Responding To Public Health Questions" Pest Control Technology Magazine 76-78.
Goddard, Jerome. "Cockroach Allergens: A Medical View" Pest Control Technology Magazine 72-74.
Goddard, Jerome. "Most Wanted" Pest Control Technology Magazine 100-106.
Goddard, Jerome. "Tick-Borne Relapsing Fever" Infections in Medicine 16.10 632-634.
Goddard, Jerome. "Fleas and Plague" Infections in Medicine 16 21-23.
Goddard, Jerome. "Streptomycin and Plague" Current Treatment Options in Infectious Diseases 1 4-6.
Goddard, Jerome. "Skin Lesions Produced by Arthropods" Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference of Urban Pests 231-234.
Goddard, Jerome. "Kissing Bugs and Chagas' Disease" Infections in Medicine 16.3 172-175.
Goddard, Jerome. "Tick Control in State Parks" Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference of Urban Pests 485-492.
Goddard, Jerome. "Ticks and Human Babesiosis" Infections in Medicine 16 319-320, 326.
Goddard, Jerome. "Leishmaniasis" Infections in Medicine 16.9 566-569.
Goddard, Jerome. "Fleas and Murine Typhus" Infections in Medicine 15 438-440.
Goddard, Jerome. "Mosquitoes and Yellow Fever" Infections in Medicine 15 761-762, 765 .
Goddard, Jerome. "Arthropods and Medicine" Journal of Agromedicine 5 55-83.
Goddard, Jerome. "Imaginary Insect or Mite Infestations" Infections in Medicine 15.3 168-170.
Goddard, Jerome. "Arthropod Transmission of Tularemia" Infections in Medicine 15 306-308.
Goddard, Jerome. "Loxoscelism" New England Journal of Medicine 339.26 1944-1945.
Goddard, Jerome. "Dog Heartworm in Humans (editorial comment)" Infections in Medicine 15 106.
Goddard, Jerome. "Mosquitoes and Lymphatic Filariasis" Infections in Medicine 15.9 607-609.
Goddard, Jerome. "Residual Effects of Selected Pyrethroid Insecticides on Lone Star Ticks" Journal of Environmental Health 61.4 19-22.
Goddard, Jerome. "Tick Paralysis" Infections in Medicine 15 28-31.
Goddard, Jerome. "All Blow Flies are Not Alike (editoriral comment)" Infections in Medicine 15 654.
Goddard, Jerome. "Ticks and Lyme Disease" Infections in Medicine 14 698-702.
Goddard, Jerome. "Rickettsial Organisms in Ticks: Ehrlichiosis" Infections in Medicine 14 224, 229-230.
Goddard, Jerome. "Viruses Transmitted by Ticks" Infections in Medicine 14 859-861.
Goddard, Jerome. "Human Infestation with Rodent Botfly Larvae: A New Route of Entry?" Southern Medical Journal 90.2 254-255.
Goddard, Jerome. "Clustering Effects of Lone Star Ticks in Nature: Implications for Control" Journal of Environmental Health 59.10 8-11.
Goddard, Jerome. "Malaria" Infections in Medicine 14 520-522.
Goddard, Jerome. "Rickettsial Organisms in Ticks: Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever" Infections in Medicine 14 18-20.
Goddard, Jerome. "Can Mosquitoes Transmit HIV?" Infections in Medicine 14 353-354.
Goddard, Jerome. "Arthropods and Medicine" Infections in Medicine 13 543-545.
Goddard, Jerome. "Viruses Transmitted by Mosquitoes: Dengue Fever" Infections in Medicine 13 933-935.
Jackson, L. K., D. M. Gaydon, and Jerome Goddard. "Seasonality and Relative Abundance of the Lone Star Tick, Amblyomma Americanum, in Mississippi" Journal of Medical Entomology 33.1 128-131.
Goddard, Jerome. "Viruses Transmitted by Mosquitoes: St. Louis Encephalitis" Infections in Medicine 13 747-752.
Jerrett, James H., D. Gaydon, and Jerome Goddard. "Spiders: Brown Recluse and Black Widow" Mississippi Cooperative Extension Service Publication 2154
Goddard, Jerome. "Viruses Transmitted by Mosquitoes: Eastern Equine Encephalitis" Infections in Medicine 13 670-672.
Goddard, Jerome. "Stings from Puss Caterpillars" American Family Physician 52.1 86.
Jackson, L. K. and Jerome Goddard. "New State Record for Ticks in Mississippi" Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 68.1 119.
Goddard, Jerome and Mary Currier. "Case Histories of Insect or Arachnid-Caused Human Illness" Journal of Agromedicine 2.1 53-61.
Goddard, Jerome. "Analysis of 11 Cases of Delusions of Parasitosis Reported to the Mississippi Department of Health" Southern Medical Journal 88.8 837-839.
Goddard, Jerome. "Trends in Public Health Entomology: Pests and Pesticide Use" Journal of Agromedicine 2.4 3-6.
Goddard, Jerome. "Direct Injury from Arthropods" Laboratory Medicine 25.6 365-371.
Goddard, Jerome and P. K. Lago. "Identification Principles for Medically Important Arthropods" Laboratory Medicine 25.5 298-305.
Goddard, Jerome. "Ecology of Ixodes Scapularis in Central Mississippi : Lateral Movement of Adult Ticks" Journal of Medical Entomology 30.4 501-506.
Goddard, Jerome. "Evaluation of the Effectiveness of the Vector [R] Fly Trap and Two Prototype Models Against Flying Insects in Dairy Milk Rooms in South Mississippi" Journal of Enviromental Health 55 16-20.
Goddard, Jerome. "Ecology of Ixodes Scapularis in Central Mississippi: Questing Activity in Relation to Time of Year, Vegetation Type, and Meteorologic Conditions" Journal of Medical Entomology 30.4 824-826.
Goddard, Jerome and J. Moffitt. "Killer Insects Thrive--Endangering Humans" Mississippi's Health 7.2 28-30.
Goddard, Jerome and C. P. McHugh. "Impact of a Severe Tick Infestation at Little Rock AFB Arkansas on Volant Scorpion Military Training" Military Medicine 155 277-280.
Goddard, Jerome. "A Focus of Human Parasitism by the Brown Dog Tick" Journal of Medical Entomology 26.6 628-629.
Goddard, Jerome. "Mosquitoes and Public Heath in Mississippi" Mississippi's Health 6.2 30-32.
Goddard, Jerome. "Tiny Ticks Cause Big Problems" Mississippi's Health 6.1 16-18.
Goddard, Jerome. "Was Bullis Fever Actually Ehrlichiosis?" Journal of the American Medical Association 260.20 3006-3007.
Goddard, Jerome and Dennis A. Duvall. "Relative Abundance and Seasonal and Geographic Distribution of Coquillettidia perturbans (Walker) Collected with Light Traps from USAF Installations in the Continental US, 1971-1985" USAFSAM-TR 88.8 9.
Goddard, Jerome. "Dispelling the Myths about Tick Removal" USAF Medical Service Digest 39 16-17.
Goddard, Jerome. "Blow Fly (Diptera: Calliphoridae) Bait Preferences and Seasonal Activity in Bexar County Texas" Southwestern Entomologist 13.20 131-135.
Goddard, Jerome. "The Changing Status of Tickborne Disease in the U.S." Military Medicine 153 513-519.
Lillie, T. H. and Jerome Goddard. "Operational Testing of UV Electrocutor Traps in Dining Facilities" Journal of Economic Entomology 80 826-829.
Goddard, Jerome. "A Review of the Disease Agents Harbored and Transmitted by the Lone Star Tick, Amblyomma Americanum (L.)" Southwestern Entomologist 12.20 157-171.
Goddard, Jerome. "A guide to the Ticks of Medical Importance Occuring in the Western Hemisphere" USAFSAM-TR 87.18 65.
Andrews, G. L. and J. Goddard. "Control of Soybean Insects in South Mississippi Emphasizing Biological Insecticides" Insecticide and Acaricide Tests 11 338-339.
Andrews, G. L. and J. Goddard. "Control of Soybean Insects at Mississippi State, MS" Insecticide and Acaricide Tests 11 337-338.
Goddard, Jerome, G. T. Baker, and B. R. Norment. "Ectoparasites Associated with the Eastern Chipmunk in Tishomingo Country, Mississippi" Journal of Wildlife Diseases 22.1 127-128.
Goddard, Jerome and B. R. Norment. "Spotted Fever Group Rickettsiae in the Lone Star Tick, Amblyomma Americanum (L.)" Journal of Medical Entomology 23.5 465-472.
Goddard, Jerome. "Notes on the Seasonal Activity and Relative Abundance of the Black Legged Tick, Ixodes Scapularis, in Mississippi" Entomological News 97.2 52-56.
Andrews, G. L. and J. Goddard. "Control of Soybean Insects in South Mississippi" Insecticide and Acaricide Tests 11 339-340.
Andrews, G. L. and Jerome Goddard. "Control of Soybean Insects in South Mississippi Using Insect Growth Regulators" Insecticide and Acaricide Tests 11 340-341.
Goddard, Jerome and B. R. Norment. "A Guide to the Ticks of Mississippi" Mississippi Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station Bulletin 935 15.
Goddard, Jerome and B. R. Norment. "Some Common Ticks of Mississippi" Mississippi Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station Research Highlights 48.9 1-3.
Goddard, Jerome and P. K. Lago. "Notes on Blow Fly Succession Patterns on Carrion in Mississippi" Journal of the Entomological Science 20.3 312-317.
Goddard, Jerome and P. K. Lago. "An Annotated List of the Blow Flies of Mississippi" Journal of the Georgia Entomological Society 18.4 481-484.
Goddard, Jerome and B. R. Norment. "A New State Record for Ixodes Texanus (Banks) in Mississippi with a New Host Record" Entomology News 94.4 139-140.
Goddard, Jerome. "Variation in Chaetotaxy in Cynomyopsis Cadaverina (Diptera: Calliphoridae)" Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 85.2 221.
Goddard, Jerome and B. R. Norment. "Notes on the Geographical Distribution of the Gulf Coast Tick" Entomology News 94.3 103-104.

Goddard, Jerome. "Arthropods, Tongue Worms, Leeches, and Arthropod-Borne Diseases." Tropical Infectious Diseases: Principles, Pathogens, and Practice: Second edition. Ed. Richard L. Guerrant, David H. Walker, and Peter F. Weller. Philadelphia, PA: Elsevier Churchill Livingstone, 2006. 1370-1385.
Goddard, Jerome. "Itches, Illusions, and Phobias." Handbook of Pest Control: The Behavior, Life History, and Control of Household Pests. Au. Arnold Mallis; Ed. Dan Moreland, and Stoy A. Hedges. Cleveland, OH: GIE Media, 2004. 531-579.
Goddard, Jerome. "Ectoparasites, Part Two: Ticks and Mites." Handbook of Pest Control: The Behavior, Life History, and Control of Household Pests: Ninth. Au. Arnold Mallis; Ed. Dan Moreland, and Stoy A. Hedges. Cleveland, OH: GIE Media, 2004. 461-493.
Goddard, Jerome. "Extoparasitic Infections--Arthropods, Tongue Worms, Leeches, and Arthropod-Borne Diseases." Essentials of Tropical Infectious Diseases. Ed. Richard L. Guerrant, David H. Walker, and Peter F. Weller. Philadelphia, PA: Churchill Livingstone, 2001. 602-608.
Goddard, Jerome. "Arthropods." Clinical Laboratory Pearls. Ed. Steven Jones. Philadelphia, PA: Lippencott, Williams, and Wilkins Publishing Company, 2001. 275-280.
Goddard, Jerome. "Arthropods, Tongue Worms, Leeches, and Arthropod-Borne Diseases." Tropical Infectious Diseases: Principles, Pathogens, and Practice: First edition. Ed. Richard L. Guerrant, David H. Walker, and Peter F. Weller. Philadelphia, PA: Elsevier Churchill Livingstone, 1999. 1325-1342.