Check out this episode of This Podcast Will Kill You that covers Lyme Disease.
Check out this episode of This Podcast Will Kill You that covers Dengue Fever. Shared by Ray Delaney.
Check out this review of the Spartan Mosquito Eradicator that was provided to us by nature photographer and evolutionary biology professor, Colin Purrington. Thanks, Colin!
French pharma giant Sanofi believed its dengue fever shot would defeat an insidious illness. Then came the vaccine’s rollout in the Philippines—and a scare that could have dire consequences.
For those of you who want or need a copy of the finalized agenda from the 2019 PVCA Conference. Click here.
Click here for the official conference notice. Apologies on behalf of PVCA for the late upload.
We are happy to announce that we are accepting applications for the Dr. Jan G. Humphreys PVCA Academic Award for Student Research in Vector Control.
Annually the Pennsylvania Vector Control Association (PVCA) meets to allow members to network and to promote dialog related to the advancement of vector control activities within Pennsylvania. PVCA also offers an annual competitive award for the best undergraduate and graduate students from Pennsylvania involved in vector research. The students are nominated by a member of PVCA or university contact. Nominees are reviewed by a selection committee, and the top undergraduate and graduate students are chosen.
PVCA invites the winners to present their research at our annual conference. This year’s conference runs from November 6-8, 2019 at the Wyndham Garden State College in Boalsburg, just outside of State College, PA. The recipients will receive one night’s lodging, meeting registration fee waiver which includes all breaks, Supplier Social and banquet, a framed certificate, and a cash award of $300. Please email your applications to Andy Kyle; email@example.com by September 30, 2019.
Please provide the following application information:
College or University:
Degree Program Name:
Nominating Contact Name:
Nominating Contact Email:
Presentation Abstract (250-300 words)