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Dr
Ana
Vasic

Post-Doc
Freidrich-Loeffler Institute, Federal Research Insitute for Animal Health
Area of expertise: Biting midges
E-mail: Ana.Vasic [at] fli.de
Early career researcher

Mr
Alexandr
Vasiliev

Scientific researcher
Institute of Zoology
Area of expertise: Blackflies
E-mail: vasilievalexandr [at] yahoo.com

Diversity, ecology, distribution, ecology, cytogenetics of blackflies

Early career researcher

Mr
Pablo
Venegas

Research assistant
Universidad San Francisco de Quito
Area of expertise: Mosquitoes
E-mail: pablovenegas777 [at] gmail.com

Digital image processing, digital signal processing, data mining, pattern recognition, and machine learning.

Early career researcher

Dr
Gert
Venter

Specialist Researcher
Agricultural Research Council - Onderstepoort Veterinary Research
Area of expertise: Biting midges
E-mail: venterg [at] arc.agric.za

Culicoides midges and virus transmission

Established researcher

Mr
Francis
Veriegh

Research Assistant
Water Research Institute, circulating
Area of expertise: Blackflies, Mosquitoes
E-mail: veriegh [at] yahoo.com

Application of expertise in vector biology and ecology, medical entomology and parasitology and molecular genetic tools for assessments of parasitological responses and for monitoring drug efficacy against parasitic nematodes in order to achieve control and elimination of Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTDs). The use of molecular diagnostic tools and application of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) for improved and efficient diagnosis, surveillance and monitoring of infectious disease agents.

Early career researcher

Dr
Eva
Veronesi

Senior Scientist
University of Z├╝rich
Area of expertise: Biting midges
E-mail: eva.veronesi [at] uzh.ch

Vector-pathogen interactions:  Development of techniques for vector competence studies; Evaluation of extrinsic parameter affecting vector competence (eg. temperature); Rapid pathogen detection technique with field application;

Ecology of vectors: Temperature preference for vector lifespan; characterization of breeding sites; Host preference and potential wild animal reservoirs for pathogen transmission.

Established researcher

Stacey
Vigil

Research Professional
Southeastern Cooperative Wildlife Disease Study, University of Georgia
Area of expertise: Biting midges
E-mail: svigil [at] uga.edu

Culicoides spp. of North America

Established researcher

Miss
Chantal
Vogels

dr.
Yale School of Public Health
Area of expertise: Biting midges
E-mail: chantal.vogels [at] yale.edu
Early career researcher

Professor
Petr
Volf

Professor of parasitology
Charles University, Faculty of Science, Dept. Parasitology
Area of expertise: Biting midges, Sandflies
E-mail: volf [at] cesnet.cz

vector biology, pathogen-vector interaction, vector competence, blood digestion, saliva of blood sucking insects, Leishmania development in-sand flies, molecular taxonomy of sand flies

Established researcher

Professor
Jan
Votypka

Medical entomology
Charles University, Faculty of Science
Area of expertise: Biting midges, Blackflies, Sandflies
E-mail: vapid [at] natur.cuni.cz
Established researcher