We are proud to announce that our lab and other colleagues at Iowa State University will take part in the Upper Midwest Regional Center of Excellence in Vector-borne Disease. Based at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, the project also includes collaborators at the University of Illinois, Michigan State University and the Minnesota Department of Health. Read more about Iowa State part of the Upper Midwest Regional Center of Excellence in Vector-borne Disease
Malaria parasite killing in the mosquito host
Mosquito immune cells (hemocytes) are influenced by mosquito physiology
Long-term surveillance provides insights into WNV transmission dynamics in Iowa
Originally started under the auspices of Dr. Wayne Rowley in 1968, the Medical Entomology Laboratory at Iowa State University has maintained an internationally recognized mosquito/mosquito-borne disease surveillance program for the state of Iowa for almost 50 years.