Human and veterinary health
Improving health. Mosquitos transmit malaria, West Nile Virus, dengue and other human diseases with 300-500 cases of malaria occurring annually. MSU entomologists are exploring multiple approaches to addressing this global problem including determining how mosquitos behave when confronted with different insecticides; understanding the environmental factors associated with mosquito populations; and how bacteria affect mosquito development and survival. View a gallery of images.
Note to prospective graduate students: Assistant, Associate and full Professors may serve as graduate student major advisors. Professor Emeriti (retired professors), Adjunct Professors and Academic Specialists may serve on graduate student committees.
- Eric Benbow, Associate Professor
- Wayne Jiang, Assistant Professor
- Michael Kaufman, Associate Professor
- Jen Pechal, Assistant Professor
- Edward Walker, Professor
- Richard Merritt, Professor Emeritus