We are excited to begin accepting applications for the Dodd Short Course 2020 Training Fellowship!
This fellowship is intended for individuals who are interested in a long term career with mosquito control, and who are either relatively new to the field (1 year minimum) or who are promising leaders in the effort already. The fellowship will provide funding to expenses related to the Dodd Short Courses (tuition, travel, registration, etc.) up to $1,000 per applicant.
The CDC’s Southeastern Regional Center of Excellence in Vector Borne Diseases is awarding several training fellowships to attend the 2020 FMCA Dodd Short Courses, which will be held February 3-7, 2020 at the Hilton UF Conference Center in Gainesville, FL.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Harris County Vector and Mosquito Control Division Evaluation of Aedes aegypti suppression using Wolbachia infected males
The CDC Southeastern Center of Excellence in Vector-Borne disease is seeking applications for a student intern to work with the Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH) Infectious Diseases & Outbreaks Division (ID&O).
Overview: The seasonal research assistant will be exposed to the principles of integrated mosquito management, mosquito trapping and surveillance, mosquito biology, disease surveillance and taxonomy. This is a seasonal (6 months, 40 hrs/week) position with an hourly rate of $14/hr. The seasonal research assistant will have the opportunity to obtain a Public Health Applicators License.
Overview: The Collier Mosquito Control District (CMCD or, the District) and the CDC Southeastern Center of Excellence in Vector Borne Disease is offering a joint 8-week paid student internship opportunity in mosquito control. Student will be exposed to the principles of integrated mosquito management, mosquito trapping and surveillance, mosquito biology, insect molecular genetics, disease surveillance and taxonomy.
Seasonal Student Opportunity for KY Mosquito Surveillance