Competition, coexistence, and exclusion among Aedes mosquitoes: insights from ecological theory.

Speaker: Steven Juliano, Ph.D. Illinois State University

An often-raised concern for the development of genetically modified mosquito technologies is the limitation of our understanding of mosquito ecology.

This series of webinars will explore mosquito ecology with an emphasis on interspecific interactions.

The speakers will describe methods by which potential interactions that may impact human or animal health and the environment can be examined in the context of case-by-case risk assessment and safety testing.
During each of the 5 meetings 2 speakers will present on related topics followed by a question and answer period.

These webinars will provide valuable information for those considering issues of risk associated with population-suppression and -modification forms of vector control such as gene drive.

A systematic review assessing the potential for release of vector species from competition following insecticide-based population suppression of Anopheles species in Africa

An often-raised concern for the development of genetically modified mosquito technologies is the limitation of our understanding of mosquito ecology.

This series of webinars will explore mosquito ecology with an emphasis on interspecific interactions.

The speakers will describe methods by which potential interactions that may impact human or animal health and the environment can be examined in the context of case-by-case risk assessment and safety testing.
During each of the 5 meetings 2 speakers will present on related topics followed by a question and answer period.

These webinars will provide valuable information for those considering issues of risk associated with population-suppression and -modification forms of vector control such as gene drive.