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Collaborations

The Invasive Insect Biocontrol & Behavior Laboratory has a long and productive history of collaborative research involving stakeholders.


Current collaborators and projects:

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  • Novel ‘Attract and Kill’ Baits for Disease Vectors of Zika and Dengue
  • CONNECTICUT AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATION,, NEW HAVEN, CT,
  • Integrated Tick Management for Suppression of Blacklegged Tick Populations in the Suburban Landscape
  • CORNELL UNIVERSITY, INC, ITHACA, NY,
  • Risk Assessment and Evaluation of IPM for Tick Control on School Grounds
  • EMBRAPA, EMPRESA BRASILEIRA DE PESQUISA AGRO., BRASILIA, DF, ,
  • Transcriptome Analyses of Rice Stink Bugs to Facilitate Identification of Pheromone Biosynthetic Pathways and RNAi-Based Biopesticide Development
  • GENECTIVE USA CORP, Weldon, IL,
  • Assessment of Potential Non-Target Effects on Arthropod Natural Enemies
  • HOWARD COUNTY OF MARYLAND (INC), Ellicott City, MD,
  • GPS Tracking of White-tailed Deer Movement to Understand Tick-Host Interaction and Improve Lyme Disease Vector Control in Howard County
  • ONE WORLD BIOTECH, INC., CHALFONT, PA,
  • Areawide Management of Aedes Mosquito Vectors using Novel Effective ‘Attract and Kill’ Strategies
  • PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY, THE, UNIVERSITY PARK, PA,
  • Mechanisms of Tick-Host Interaction and Implications to Deer Tick Parasitism, Pathogen Transmission, and Tick Control
  • TEXAS A&M AGRILIFE RESEARCH, College Station, TX,
  • Evaluation of New Anti-Tick Antigens on Rabbit for Control of Vector Tick Species
  • TOWSON UNIVERSITY, Baltimore, MD,
  • Identify Volatile Chemicals Based on Plant Origin to Manage Brown Marmorated Stink Bug Population
  • UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA, GAINESVILLE, FL,
  • Bt Toxin-based Strategies for Management of Diaphorina citri and Citrus Greening
  • UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA, ATHENS, GA,
  • Development of Risk Assessment and Monitoring Tools for Peanut Burrower Bug in Southeastern US Peanut Production Systems
  • UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND, COLLEGE PARK, MD,
  • Development of Biobased Defense Against Disease Vectors and Pathogens
  • GPS Tracking of White-tailed Deer Movement and Tick Population Surveillance for Integrated Tick Management in the Suburban Landscape of Maryland
  • Novel ‘Attract and Kill’ Baits for Disease Vectors of Zika and Dengue
  • Laboratory Evaluation of Anti-Tick Antigens against Blacklegged Ticks Infesting Mice
  • Getting Off the Pesticide Treadmill: Integrated Control of Colorado Potato Beetle (Un of MD)
  • UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS, Hadley, MA,
  • Effects of Pathogen Infection on Tick Behavior and Implications for Personal Protection and Tick Control
  • Laboratory Tick Study and Field Evaluation of New Host-Targeted Tick Control Products
  • UNIVERSITY OF RICHMOND, RICHMOND, VA,
  • Behavioral and Physiological Study of Acaricides and Novel Chemical Control Agents against Ticks
  • US BIOLOGIC, INC., Memphis, TN,
  • Development of Long-Lasting Medicated Rodent Bait Formulations to Control Ticks on the White-Footed Mouse and Other Host Species
  • VIRGINIA COMMONWEALTH UNIVERSITY, RICHMOND, VA,
  • Investigation of the Symbiotic Polydnavirus Role in Speciation of Braconid Wasps and Caterpillar Host Modification
  • VIRGINIA POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE & STATE UNIVER, BLACKSBURG, VA,
  • Defining Molecular Mechanisms of Terpene Aggregation Pheromone Biosynthesis in Stink Bugs to Engineer Pheromone-producing Trap Crops
  • Getting Off the Pesticide Treadmill: Integrated Control of Colorado Potato Beetle
  • Stink Bug Trapping and Trap Cropping in Commercial and Experimental Crops
  • Exploring the Mechanism of Toxicology of Methyl Benzoate Based on Neurophysiological Recordings