All courses will be delivered online for the summer semester and will run for eight weeks. Learn more, check out the summer calendar, and register now.
Various research projects will employ multi-disciplinary approaches to address diverse aspects of VBIDs. Research projects will range from basic biological studies, to developing predictive models for VBID control, to understanding principles of the transmission dynamics of bacterial, viral and parasitic infectious disease in the human host and insect vector and how this relates ultimately to the development of control strategies.
You can learn more about the research projects of our faculty by browsing the pages below: