Fall 2017 Seminar Series

Date Title Speaker Institution Photo
8/29/2017 Professional Development Workshop Dr. Joseph Bisesi UF Department of Environmental and Global Health Joseph Bisesi, PhD
9/5/2017 Nanosensors for supporting decision-making processes related to mercury use near afrodescendent communities in Alto Cauca, Colombia Dr. Eric McLamore UF Department of Agriculture and Biological Engineering  
9/26/2017 Detection and isolation of arboviruses in Haiti Dr. Sarah White  UF Environmental and Global Health Postdoctoral Researcher  
10/3/2017 One Health Approach to Understanding and Control of Schistosomiasis Transmission: Knowns, Unknowns, and Challenges Dr. Song Liang UF Department of Environmental and Global Health  
10/10/2017 A zoonotic nematode in your backyard: Geographic distribution of the rat lungworm, Angiostrongylus cantonensis, in Florida. Dr. Heather Walden UF College of Veterinary Medicine, Department of Infectious Diseases and Pathology  
10/17/2017 Going Dry in the Land of Water? Understanding Florida’s Hydrological History to Prevent a Future Water Crisis Dr. David Kaplan UF Environmental Engineering Sciences Department, Engineering School of Sustainable Infrastructure & Environment  David Kaplan, UF
10/24/2017  Rift Valley fever virus transmission risk between endemic and potential emerging areas, and mosquito surveillance and control strategies to protect the US Dr. Seth C. Britch US Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service Center for Medical, Agricultural, and Veterinary Entomology  Seth Britch, PhD
10/31/2017 Modelling Campylobacter infection dynamics in young children in low-resource settings Dr. Arie Havelaar UF Department of Animal Sciences  
11/7/2017 Understanding the role of mobility in the effectiveness of marine protected areas Dr. Sergei Pilyugin Department of Mathematics, University of Florida
11/14/2017 TBA Dr. Joseph N.S. Eisenberg Chair and Professor, Department of Epidemiology, School of Public Health, University of Michigan  

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