Arthropod-Borne Animal Diseases Research
has a long and productive history of collaborative research involving stakeholders.
Current collaborators and projects:
CLEMSON UNIVERSITY, CLEMSON, SC
Culicoides Sonorensis Transcriptome Project
KANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY, MANHATTAN, KS
Establish a General Framework for Cooperation and Coordination Between the Center for Grain and Animal Health Research and Kansas St. Univ.
Molecular Characterization of Factors Affecting Competence of Insects for Virus Infection and Transmission
Evaluation of New Molecular Targets to Control Arbovirus Transmission
Rift Valley Fever – Experimental Vaccine Formulations – Adjuvants for Stabile Modified-Live Vaccines and Subunit Vaccines
Network Based Modeling of Arthropods, Humans, and Animals to Better Understand Vector-Borne Disease Transmission
Factors Affecting Hematophagous Arthropod Attraction to Infected and Uninfected Animals
MAINE BIOTECHNOLOGY SERVICES, INC., PORTLAND, ME
Generation of Monoclonal Antibodies Specific for the Recombinant Gn, N and Nss Proteins of Rift Valley Fever Virus
NORTH AMERICAN DEER FARMERS ASSOCIATION, CANTON, OH
Culicoides Control Project