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Collaborations

The location has a long and productive history of collaborative research involving stakeholders.


Current collaborators and projects:

BBCA ONLUS
  • Field Collections and Rearing of Tick Parasitoids from Italy
  • COMMONWEALTH SCIENTIFIC AND INDUSTRIAL RESEAR
  • Field Collections and Rearing of Tick Parasitoids from Australia
  • NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF VETERINARY RESEARCH
  • Field Exposures of Cattle Fever Tick Eggs and Larvae in Vietnam to Rear Biological Control Agents
  • NORTHERN ARIZONA UNIVERSITY, FLAGSTAFF, AZ
  • Preventing Bovine Babesiosis by Characterizing Fever Tick Acaricide Resistance and Genetic Variation Within Vaccine Candidate Antigens
  • Population Genetic Analysis of Cattle Fever Ticks Collected at IBWC Land Adjacent to Falcon Lake in Zapata County, Texas
  • TEXAS A & M UNIVERSITY, College Station, TX
  • Innovative Technologies to Minimize the Risk for the Re-Emergence of Bovine Babesiosis in the U.S.
  • TEXAS A&M AGRILIFE RESEARCH, COLLEGE STATION, TX
  • Year 2 CFTEP Funding - Continue Investigation on Interaction of Long Acting Eprinomectin Product with Bm86 Vaccination Against Cattle Fever Ticks
  • Detection of Ivermectin Target-site Resistance in Rhipicephalus Microplus
  • Year 2 Cattle Fever Tick Eradication Program Funding - Development of Cattle Fever Tick Vaccine Based on the P-zero "P0" Antigen
  • Year 2 Cattle Fever Tick Eradication Program Funding - Susceptibility of Rhipicephalus microplus to Nootkatone
  • Year 2 CFTEP Funding-Continuation of Field Studies Using 1% Doramectin Product and Bm86-Based Vaccine Against Cattle Fever Ticks
  • Year 2 Cattle Fever Tick Eradication Program Funding – Evaluation of Anti-tick Activity of Vaccines Based on Novel Antigen Formulations
  • Interaction of a Long-acting Eprinomectin Product with BM86 Vaccination Against Cattle Fever Ticks (Texas A&M)
  • Organic Compounds for the Control of Rhipicephalus Microplus on Cattle
  • Predilection Sites of Larvae, Nymphs, and Adults of Rhipicephalus Microplus
  • Efficacy and safety studies using a 1% doramectin product and Bm86-based anti-cattle fever tick vaccine against cattle fever ticks
  • Year 2 CFT Eradication Program Funding - Are Nilgai Antelope and Axis Deer Susceptible to Infection with a Virulent Strain of Babesia bovis?
  • Assessing Immunity Correlates of Bm86 Vaccination in Cattle
  • Year 2 Cattle Fever Tick Eradication Program Funding -Adapting Triode Atomizer to Spray Water-Based Acaricides
  • Towards Novel Acaricide Development Against Cattle Fever Tick: GPCR Target Validation, Tissue Localization and Bioactivity of Chemical Hits
  • Multi-source Data Collection to Enhance Predictive Modeling for the Control of Cattle Fever Ticks
  • TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY KINGSVILLE, KINGSVILLE, TX
  • Feed-through and Spray on Treatments of Insect Growth Regulators for Cattle and Wildlife
  • UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA, Athens, GA
  • Analysis of Ectoparasites of White-tailed Deer for Bovine Diseases at IBWC Land Adjacent to Falcon Lake in Zapata County, Texas
  • UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT SAN ANTONIO, THE, SAN ANTONIO, TX
  • Year 2 CFTEP Funding - Continue Investigation on Interaction of Long Acting Eprinomectin Product with Bm86 Vaccination Against Cattle Fever Ticks
  • UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS RIO GRANDE VALLEY, THE, EDINBURG, TX
  • Host Range Testing of Cattle Fever Tick Biological Control Agents
  • USDA, APHIS, PPQ, ER, RALEIGH, NC
  • Cattle Fever Tick Research Laboratory - Moore Air Base
  • USDA, APHIS, VS
  • Modernizing Parasite Control in Cattle Using Data Automation
  • USDA, APHIS, VS, CEAH, FORT COLLINS, CO
  • Year 2: Integrated Eradication Efforts of the Cattle Fever Tick (CFT)
  • Integrated Eradication Efforts of the Cattle Fever Tick (CFT)