In the News
Fogarty Global Infectious Disease program "Tsetse Transmitted African Trypanosomiasis" is successfully renewed !
Josh Benoit heads to University of Cincinnati to start a insect physiology lab!
Farewell to Michele Maltz who is heading to UCONN to continue her work on symbiosis!
We bid a fond farewell to Erich Tellaria who is returning to his native Brazil to study insect-endosymbiont-parasite interactions in zoonotic disease vectors
We bid farewell to Amy Savage who is off on her new adventures in teaching at Bard College!
National Science Foundation Highlight "Blood-sucking fly still needs to take its vitamins"
Lactating tsetse flies models for lactating mammals? (Phys.Org)
Fly and Human Mothers Share a Milk Enzyme (New York Times)
Josh Benoit wins the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene Young Investigator Award!
2011 Wilbur G. Downs Fellowship
joins the lab!
has been awarded the
Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award (NRSA)
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In a microbe's genome, a potential target
Wigglesworthia wiggles into the world of sequenced genomes
The 1st draft of the Tsetse genome is complete!
Geoff Attardo is a Winner in the Fogarty Internation Center Photography Contest!
Tyler Krause wins second place in the Ohio Valley Entomological Association 2010 Student Paper Competition!
Jingwen Wang and Geoff Attardo Present at ASTMH in Washington DC (12/09)
Aksoy Named Editor of Journal on Tropical Medicine. (10/9/09)
How Do You Stop the Tsetse Fly from Transmitting Sleeping Sickness? A Host Protein May Provide the Answer. (8/10/09)
Researchers Seek Novel Methods to Stop the Transmission of Sleeping Sickness (1/12/09)
Sequencing genome of bacteria that lives off fly may lead to new clues about disease. (1/13/06)
Genetic Clues to Sodalis Deepens Knowledge of Bacterial Diseases. (12/15/05)
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