Rutgers Entomology Seminars - Spring 2019

PLEASE NOTE: Seminars begin at 11:00 am in Thompson Hall, Room 206, unless otherwise noted. In order to obtain Visitor Parking, please select the following link

Dr. Albrecht Koppenhöfer is coordinating this semester's speakers. For inquiries call 848-932-9774. Related seminars: Ecology and Evolution

Date Presenter Seminar Title Institution
8 Feb
Danielle Kirkpatrick
Refining pheromone based monitoring tools for brown marmorated stink bug (BMSB)
Agricultural Research Service, USDA
15 Feb
Jorge Benach

21st Annual Maramororsch Seminar

The discovery of the Lyme disease agent

Molecular Genetics & Microbiology, Stony Brook University
15 Mar
Robert Holdcraft
A novel attract-and-kill approach to manage oriental beetles in blueberries
Entomology, Rutgers University
29 Mar
Nakorn Pradit
Plant-mediated insect-pathogen interactions: A case of phytoplasma in cranberries
Entomology, Rutgers University
5 Apr
Jaime Pinero
Applications of insect sensory ecology for pest management : the case of spotted wing Drosophila suzukii
Stockbridge School of Agriculture, U of Massachusetts
12 Apr
Denise Gemmellaro
Begins at 10 AM.Distribution and ecology of forensically important blow flies in Sicily and Ecuador with focus on geomorphometrics and nutritional ecology of the blue bottle fly
Entomology, Rutgers University
19 Apr
Suneel Narayanavari
Cholesterol and microdomains in Borrelia
Entomology, Rutgers University
3 May
Andrew Liebhold
Patterns of historical global insect invasions
Forest Service, USDA