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National Program 104: Veterinary, Medical, and Urban Entomology
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The goal of NP 104 Veterinary, Medical and Urban Entomology research program is to conduct fundamental, applied and translational research under these components to mitigate the impact of arthropods such as ticks, mosquitoes, sand flies, stable flies, and biting midges.  Non-biting flies such as house flies, filth flies, and New World screwworms are also the targets of this research effort as are invasive ants.  The ultimate goal is to protect humans and livestock from these arthropod pests, through the development of safe and effective methods of management and control.

There are 33 permanent scientists in 13 projects that conduct research in ARS laboratories located in seven States; these laboratories/units and locations include:

To read more about NP 104 Accomplishments (pdf; 0.2Mb) FY 21 Annual Report

FY 2020 NP 104 Accomplishments (pdf; 0.2Mb): FY 20 Annual Report

FY 2019 NP 104 Accomplishments (pdf; 0.3Mb): FY 19 Annual Report

FY 2018 NP 104 Accomplishments (pdf; 0.3Mb): FY 18 Annual Report

FY 2017 NP 104 Accomplishments (pdf; 0.1Mb): FY 17 Annual Report