On February 24, 2018 the UGA Center for the Ecology of Infectious Diseases will host a day-long symposium dedicated to the population biology of vector-borne diseases.
Events will include a series of lectures by leading scientists from around the world, an open discussion of future directions in the field, a poster session where non-speakers can present their work, and a catered reception.
- Mike Boots, University of California, Berkeley
- Derek Cummings, University of Florida
- Maria Diuk-Wasser, Columbia University
- Simon Gubbins, The Pirbright Institute
- Laura Harrington, Cornell University
- Ary Hoffman, University of Melbourne
- Alun Lloyd, North Carolina State University
- Erin Mordecai, Stanford University
- Courtney Murdock, University of Georgia
- Alex Perkins, University of Notre Dame
- Nicholas Reich, University of Massachusetts-Amherst
- Bobby Reiner, University of Washington
- Sadie Ryan, University of Florida
- Edward Wenger, Intellectual Ventures
- Michael Strand, University of Georgia
To learn more about speakers, the symposium schedule, and accommodations, please visit our website.
Please register here. This event is free to UGA affiliates and $25 for all others.