“Improving public health surveillance of Onchocerca lupi through increased host and vector screening”


Our center offers training that is intended to provide career development opportunities for individuals interested in public-health-relevant research on vector-borne diseases and to enable additional research and training opportunities that will be sought from other sponsors.

 “Culex tarsalis insecticide resistance”

 “Strengthening vector management in the US Affiliated Pacific Islands”

 “Tortoises, ticks, and tick-borne pathogens of the Mojave Desert”

 “Molecular and serological investigations of the potential vertebrate reservoir host of the emerging tick-borne pathogen, Rickettsia philipii (364D)”

 “Identifying biomarkers of pyrethroid resistance in wild Aedes aegypti from California”

 “Flea-borne typhus in California, a multi-year review: 2011 – 2019”

 “Comparative genomics of Aedes albopictus in Kwajalein Atoll for developing arbovirus vector dispersal models”

 “Understanding the role of veterinary personnel and pet travel in regards to ticks and tick-borne disease in Alaska”

 “Developing  high-resolution risk map of West Nile virus in Coachella Valley using ECOSTRESS data”

 “Orientation behavior of western tree hole mosquitoes, Aedes sierrensis (Ludlow)”

 “Population genetic structure of the western black-legged tick, Ixodes pacificus”