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Beier JC, Wilke ABB, Benelli G. Newer approaches for malaria vector control and challenges of outdoor transmission. Towards malaria elimination - A leap forward. InTech; 2018. doi:10.5772/intechopen.75513. Project 1

Downs J, Vaziri M, Jenkins, A, Unnasch, TR. (2018). Validation of a risk index model for predicting eastern equine encephalitis virus transmission to horses in Florida. Journal of Medical Entomology, PMID: 29722818. doi:10.1093/jme/tjy067. Project 2

March Malaria Madness Meeting

Welcome to the March Malaria Madness Meeting, hosted by the Florida Malaria Research Consortium.

March 8-9, 2019
University of Florida, Gainesville, FL

A full schedule can be found below, and is also available for download. We look forward to seeing you!

 

SE CoE Newsletter - October 2018

The Southeastern Center of Excellence in Vector Borne Diseases releases a quarterly newsletter with updates, research advancements, and VBD-related opportunities.

 

October 2018 Newsletter

News and Updates

  • SEVBD researcher creates tick identification tools
  • North Carolina battles mosquitoes after Hurricane Florence
  • NCEZID strategic plan release
  • SEVBD team attends 50th anniversary Annual Society of Vector Ecology conference

Training Opportunities

Tick Journal Club (Fall 2018)

Tick Journal Club 12-1pm on Alternate Fridays

Location: Dr Samantha Wisely's Lab - Building 116 at 2322 Mowry Road

To join the email list for the article of the week, please email Dr. Wisely (wisely@ufl.edu). 

 

Dates and Presenters:

  • September 21 - Kimberly Ledger

Title: Tick-borne disease risk in a forest food web

Author: Ostfeld et al. 2018

2018 Fregly Symposium at UF

On October 4 and 5, 2018, the University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries and the Emerging Pathogens Institute will host a symposium addressing social, cultural, and scientific issues raised by mosquito-borne illness. These vector-borne illnesses remain an important public health concern in Florida, the southeastern United States, and Latin America.