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Collaborations

The Center for Medical, Agricultural and Veterinary Entomology has a long and productive history of collaborative research involving stakeholders.


Current collaborators and projects:

AGRICULTURE AND CONSUMER SERVICES, FLORIDA DE, TALLAHASSEE, FL
  • Improved silkfly control for sweetcorn
  • ANIMAL AND PLANT HEALTH INSPECTION SERVICE, Riverdale, MD
  • FY21 Developing Biological Control and other Safeguarding Tools to Manage Invasive Pests
  • COACHELLA VALLEY MOSQUITO AND VECTOR CONTROL, INDIO, CA
  • Improving Fire Ant IPM in the Coachella Valley: Effects of Irrigation on Bait Efficacy, Mating Flight Phenology, and the Status of Biocontrol Agents
  • Determining Fire Ant Bait Specificity to Extend Fire Ant Control by Conserving Non-Target Ants
  • CROPLIFE AMERICA, Washington
  • Haplotype Comparisons of Soybean Looper to Investigate Migration Behavior in North America
  • DFAS-INDY VP GFEBS, INDIANAPOLIS, IN
  • Spatial Repellent Products for Protection of Individual and Garrisoned Soldiers from Biting Arthropods
  • The Mobile Pesticide App: Refinement and Development to Produce a Public Beta
  • Deployed Warfighter Protection Research Program
  • Graphene in Textiles for Vector Protection
  • New Bait for Fly Control
  • FLORIDA A & M UNIVERSITY, TALLAHASSEE, FL
  • Improved Biologically-Based Tactics to Manage Invasive Insect Pests
  • FUNDACION PARA EL ESTUDIO DE ESPECIES INVASIV, HURLINGHAM
  • Developing Biological Control to Mitigate the Harrisia Cactus Mealybug Damage in Puerto Rico
  • INTERNATIONAL ATOMIC ENERGY AGENCY, WIEN
  • Female-specific Conditional Lethality Genetic-Sexing Strains For Improved SIT
  • INTERNATIONAL CENTRE OF INSECT PHYSIOLOGY AND
  • Identification of Semiochemicals for Regulation of Potentially Invasive Pests or Beneficial Organisms for the Control of Invasive Pests to the U.S.
  • LOUISIANA STATE UNIVERSITY, BATON ROUGE, LA
  • Roseau Cane Die-off: Host Plant Resistance to a Nonnative Scale Insect, Pest Management, and Restoration of Marsh Grasses
  • NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF FOOD AND AGRICULTURE, WASHINGTON DC, DC
  • An Assessment of Genetic Breakdown and Transposon Vector Horizontal Transfer as it Affects Transgenic Strain Stability in Insect Species
  • UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA, GAINESVILLE, FL
  • Sweet CAP: Integrated Technologies to Improve Sweet Corn Production and Marketability
  • Wasmannia Auropunctata – A New Emerging Threat in North Central Florida
  • Effects of Ant-Produced Compounds on Microbes
  • Sterile Male Fruit Fly Strains for Improved Biologically-Based Population Control
  • Adapting and Expanding High Tunnel Organic Vegetable Production for the Southeast
  • The Extraordinary Connections Between the Catabolism of Flavonols and Benzoate Metabolism
  • UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, OMAHA, NE
  • A Multi-Tactic Push-Pull Strategy for Controlling Stable Flies on Pasture Cattle in Nebraska and Florida.
  • USDA, APHIS, PPQ, S&T, RALEIGH, NC
  • Developing Biological Control to Mitigate the Harrisia Cactus Mealybug Damage in Puerto Rico
  • Methodology Development: Identification of Biomarkers for Detection and Exclusion of Insect Pests in Agricultural Commodities