Rhoel R Dinglasan PhD MPH

Dinglasan
Program Director

Read more about the research in the Dinglasan Lab (www.dinglasanlab.org)

 

RHOEL DAVID RAMOS DINGLASAN

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF INFECTIOUS DISEASE

DIRECTOR, CDC Southeastern Regional Center of Excellence in Vector-Borne Diseases: Gateway Program

Academic Degrees

  • PhD
  • MPH
  • MPhil

Academic Affiliations

Primary: Emerging Pathogens Institute & Department of Infectious Disease & Pathology, College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Florida

Secondary: Department of Anatomy & Cell Biology, College of Medicine, University of Florida

Other Affiliations

  • Institute of Food & Agricultural Sciences
  • CDC Southeastern Regional Center of Excellence in Vector Borne Diseases

Honors & Awards

  • Wilbur G. Downs Research Travel Fellowship Award, Yale University, 1997
  • “Honors with Distinction”, Master’s Thesis, Yale University, 1998
  • John Perry Miller Fund Award for Graduate Dissertation Research, Yale University, 2002
  • MacArthur Foundation, DVBID Scholarship for The Biology of Disease Vectors Course, 2003
  • Dmitri V. d’Arbeloff Postdoctoral Fellowship in the Biological Sciences (Millipore Foundation), Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, 2005-6
  • The 2nd Annual Johns Hopkins Postdoctoral Research Poster Competition, First Place, 2006
  • American Society for Microbiology Branches Logo Design Contest, Stationery Category, Winner, 2006
  • Howard Hughes Medical Institutions/World Health Organization (TDR)/BioMalPar, Third Functional Genomics of Malaria Parasites Course Scholarship, 2007
  • Journal of Cell Science, Company of Biologists, Travel Fellowship Award, 2007
  • Pfizer Centennial Travel Award in Basic Science Tropical Disease Research, American Society of Tropical Medicine & Hygiene, 2007
  • A*STAR (Agency for Science, Technology and Research, Singapore) New Investigatorships Award (Biomedical Sciences), 2008 (declined)
  • UK-US Collaboration Development Award, British Consulate General, USA, 2009
  • Human Frontiers Science Program Young Investigators Award, 2012