Climate change bites
Leading experts in animal, human & plant vector biology & vector-borne diseases discussing a One Health approach to understand, predict, prevent and respond to these threats
"Could midge bites go from annoying to dangerous in future?" https://t.co/cim0aexK9t
3 weeks 3 days ago
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@hanniepower Glad you like it
We have loads of free protocols on our website (https://t.co/s1fAcq0vEu) as well as PhD dissertations.
We are still expanding these so if there's anything anyone wants, or anything anyone wants to share, get in touch!
4 months 2 days ago
RT @infravec2: Job opportunity!!
TropIQ Health Sciences is offering a position as Postdoctoral fellow in tick-borne diseases research ️
Find out more here
Thank you to everyone that joined us for #Gnatwork21 We loved seeing all the research presented by our funded projects & the diverse work presented by our members during the poster session.
All recordings will be made available & links will be included in this months newsletter
RT @Jess_Stokes_: Fantastic presentation by @framaha showcasing a novel alternative to human landing catches for sandfly and blackfly collections- the host decoy trap. Obvious benefits as reduces risk to participants of bites and infection.
Amazing results for blackfly sampling #Gnatwork21https://t.co/fpfsPBdoVp
5 months 3 days ago
To end this session we now have @framaha presenting on behalf of her team on the use of host decoy traps to collect sandflies and blackflies as an alternative to traditional surveillance methods.
More information on the project can be found here: https://t.co/vQUSYuwiWS