Public Health

Research in Public Health Pest Management focuses on the biology and ecology of mosquitoes, flies, ticks, lice, fleas, stinging hymenoptera, and other pests affecting public health. The information obtained from the research is used in developing and evaluating new technologies and strategies that result in safe and effective pest population reductions.

For information on Public Health Pest Management contact Dr. Ralph Williams. or Dr. Catherine Hill or visit the Public Health and Medical Entomology web site.

Department of Entomology
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West Lafayette, IN 47907-2089
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