Welcome to our brand new website!
This is not the real website! This is simply a demo to show what the homepage of the new site might look like when the server issues are resolved by CIT. Please note that none of the links to other pages will work! (They look really nice too!)
Stud or dud?
Faculty member Laura Harrington and colleagues have been studying the mating behavior of the Dengue Vector Mosquito. Females, formerly thought to be deaf, assess male reproductive fitness in a duet with their potential mating partners. The two match frequencies at a shared harmonic of 1200 Hz prior to mating. This discovery has implications for the production of transgenic sterile males which might be released to diminish the mating potential of females. To hear Laura Harrington and Ronald Hoy discuss their findings, click on the podcast.
Their publication can be found in the January 8th issue of Science.
There are a variety of areas of study, including the role of climate in the incidence of disease, the study of pathogens in enviroments, and the dynamics of pathogen and host evolution in various ecosystems. The specific effects of climate change in the changes in disease incidence and distribution are of particular interest to us.
- Disease and Climate Change
- Pathogen Variation and Evolution
- Roles of Pathogens in Ecosystem Dynamics
- Interactions of Symbionts with their Hosts
- Innate or Adaptive Immunity and Host Susceptibility
- Evolution and Emergence of Pathogens in New Hosts
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