“Prevalence of two emerging Rickettsia species (Rickettsia species phylotype G022 and Rickettsia tillamookensis) in nymphal Ixodes pacificus in Northern California”


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.

“Inhibition of the pentose phosphate pathway to disable metabolic mechanisms of insecticide resistance: Evaluation of a potential pyrethroid synergist”

“Habitat connectivity and transmission dynamics of tick-borne diseases”

“Quantifying tick-borne disease risk across a spatiotemporal gradient in California”

“Investigating climate adaptation for improved Aedes sierrensis control”

“Comparative genomics of Aedes albopictus in the Pacific Islands for developing arbovirus vector dispersal models”

“Population phylogenomics of the West Nile virus vector: Culex quinquefasciatus in the southwestern United States”

“Virus testing of Aedes aegypti pools for dengue surveillance”

“Flea-borne typhus in California: socioeconomic associations and mathematical transmission model”

The Pacific Southwest Regional Center of Excellence in Vector-Borne Diseases is supported through Cooperative Agreement Number 1U01CK000649-01 between the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the University of California, Davis.

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