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trainee Molly Bunkofse

Trainee Spotlight: Molly Bunkofse

NIH T32 trainee Molly Bunkofse, a Ph.D. student in Rick Tarleton's laboratory, is originally from Illinois and I obtained my BA in Biology from a small, liberal arts college called Augustana, which is located in Rock Island, IL. Molly's research focus Molly's project focuses on the host...

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Trainee Spotlight: Ruby Harrison

NIH T32 trainee Ruby Harrison is a co-advised by Drs. Michael Strand and Mark Brown in the UGA Department of Entomology. She received a Bachelor's of Science in Entomology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2012 and lived in Madison an additional two years working with mosquitoes as a...

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Patrick Lammie Awarded Donald Mackay Medal

Patrick Lammie, CTEGD member and adjunct faculty in the Department of Cellular Biology, was awarded the Donald Mackay Medal during the American Society for Tropical Medicine and Hygiene's (ASTMH) annual meeting in Baltimore, MD. The Donald Mackay Medal recognizes outstanding work in tropical health, especially relating...

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CTEGD at ASTMH Annual Meeting

Many of CTEGD researchers and collaborators will be at the American Society for Tropical Medicine and Hygiene's Annual meeting in Baltimore, MD next week. Below is a list of presentations where you can hear about the work we are doing. November 5 Session Parasitology (ACMCIP) Pre-Meeting Course:...

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Trainee Spotlight: Msano Mandalasi

Msano Mandalasi, a post-doctoral trainee in Chris West's laboratory, is originally from Malawi, (located in southeastern Africa) and obtained her bachelor’s degree in Chemistry from the University of Malawi. After graduation, she worked briefly for the University of Malawi and then came to the US to obtain...

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