We’ve scheduled a full day of events including talks, a poster session, and a catered reception.

9:00-9:20 am: Opening Remarks, Dr. John Drake, Director CEID
9:20-10:25 am:  Morning Session I

Courtney Murdock, University of Georgia. Virus-vector Interactions

Laura Harrington, Cornell University Vector Behavior and Disease Transmission

Michael Strand, University of Georgia. Vector-microbiome Interactions

10:25-10:50 am: Coffee Break
10:50-12:20 pm: Morning Session II

Alun Lloyd, North Carolina State University. Agent-based Models of Disease Transmission for Applications

Bobby Reiner, University of Washington. Integrating over variation: the impact of heterogeneity, stochasticity, and uncertainty in mosquito population dynamics on pathogen transmission models 

Alex Perkins, University of Notre Dame. Spatial Epidemiology of Vector-borne Diseases

Nicholas Reich, University of Massachusetts-Amherst. Forecasting Disease Transmission

12:20-1:20 pm: Lunch
1:20-2:50 pm: Afternoon Session I

Mike Boots, University of California, Berkeley. Virulence Evolution

Ary Hoffmann, University of Melbourne. Interactions Between Wolbachia Strains and Host Background in Aedes Mosquitoes 

Sadie Ryan, University of Florida. Direct and Indirect Social Drivers and Impacts of Vector-borne Diseases

Erin Mordecai, Stanford University. Environmental Drivers of Disease Transmission in a Changing World 

2:50-3:10 pm: Coffee Break
3:10-4:40 pm: Afternoon Session II

Derek Cummings, University of Florida. Antibody Dependent Enhancement

Simon Gubbins, The Pirbright Institute. Population Biology of Culicoides-borne Viruses of Livestock

Maria-Diuk Wasser, Columbia University. Population Biology of Human Tick-borne Pathogens

Edward Wenger, Intellectual Ventures. Evaluating the Information of Parasite Genomics for Malaria Elimination

4:40-5:30: Future Directions Panel Discussion
5:30-6:30 pm: Poster Session and Reception