Exciting PhD opportunity to study the factors that drive outbreaks of midge-borne viruses
2018 was a great year for the Gnatwork. Click this link to see some of our favourite bits.
The Parasitology and Entomology team at The National Veterinary School of Toulouse, France, is holding a five day Entomology Summer Course on the 26-30 August 2019.
The Gnatwork Management Board met on the 9 January to discuss Expressions of Interest for the Transformative Science Call
This free online course from Kala_CORE & LSHTM gives unprecedented access to the latest tools and approaches being used to control and eliminate visceral leishmaniasis
Today felt like a birthday as we reached 200 members! Dr Inaki Tirados became our 200th member so to celebrate we had some cupcakes!
A new portal for an arts and public engagement project, created by Jen Southern and Rod Dillon, that seeks to portray life from the perspective of the deadly Leishmania human parasites
Cirad scientists in La Réunion explore epidemiology of vector borne diseases circulating on the territory
Head of Entomology, Dr Simon Carpenter, suggests some creepy crawly alternatives to the usual Halloween spider clichés
Pirbright scientists forge international networks for vector research
LSHTM and KalaCORE launch free online course on The Control and Elimination of Visceral Leishmaniasis.
Debashis Ghosh (icddr,b) visited the University of Burdwan to learn about their research on Culicoides biting midges