A paper that has been years in the making finally is published! Villarreal et al. Male contributions during mating increase female survival in the disease vector mosquito Aedes aegypti
Kara will head to Colombia for her research.
According to the editor, Shragai et al. 2017. Zika and chikungunya: mosquito-borne viruses in a changing world, published in Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, was one of the journal’s top 10 most downloaded papers!
As of year-end 2017 the article has received 2809 downloads!
We are seeking to fill a postdoctoral research associate position in the area of insecticide resistance monitoring of mosquito disease vectors in the northeastern United States. A primary goal of our team is to determine the status and extent of resistance in the region through a resistance monitoring, detection, and spatial mapping program. In addition, the successful candidate may be involved in the evaluation of new insecticides for control of regional mosquito and tick vectors. The position is part of the CDC-funded Northeast Regional Center for Excellence in Vector-Borne Diseases (NEVBD), carrying many opportunities to interact with our leadership team and collaborators across the region. For more information visit the link here.
We are seeking a highly motivated undergraduate student to assist the Northeast Regional Center for Excellence in Vector-Borne Disease (NEVBD) on projects related to Center communications and program development. Click here for more details!
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