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Tag Archives: malaria
Next week, CIDD post doc Lauren Cator will give a talk, “The effect of malaria on mosquito behavior,” as part of the Ecology Seminar Series. Details: Monday, Nov. 4 4-5pm 105 Forest Resources Building
Don’t miss Robert Ricklefs’s malaria lecture this coming Monday: “Diversity and Distribution of Avian Malaria Parasites: Model System for the Evolution of Pathogen-Host Interactions.” Berg Auditorium, Life Sciences Bldg. 5-6pm If you can’t make Monday, he’ll be there again on … Continue reading
This Monday, CIDD’s own Laura Pollitt will be giving a talk, “Between strain interactions and transmission in malaria parasites: from hosts to vectors,” for the Ecology Seminar Series. Details: Monday, Sept. 23 4-5pm 105 Forest Resources Building