Case numbers may be three times higher than previously thought according to a new study published in Nature.
Our own lab alumna Cristina Munk just started her CDC Epidemic Intelligence Service (EIS) fellowship in October based in Ethiopia. She reflects on the experience in her blog.
Prasit Deewatthanawong completed his MS degree in January 2012. Congratulations and Good Luck Prasit!
Research in the Harrington lab focuses on mosquito vector ecology, biology, and behavior. Our goal is to understand basic (and often overlooked) aspects of mosquito biology in order to identify new targets for controlling mosquitoes and reducing transmission of vector-borne diseases. We examine long-standing questions in the field of vector biology from broad and, sometimes unconventional, angles. Research in the Harrington lab focuses on the most dangerous mosquito vectors impacting human health today; those that transmit dengue, yellow fever and West Nile viruses and those that transmit malaria parasites. We use a combined approach to studying disease vectors that includes biochemical and proteomics tools as well as conducting classical field studies. This approach allows us to validate laboratory findings in epidemiologically-relevant field settings leading to more meaningful research outcomes. For more information and to connect with former lab members, check us out on Facebook!