Tuesday, 19 November 2002: 8:00 AM-12:00 PM

Room 304 (Convention Center, Third Floor)

Careers in Military Entomology: A Global Experience

Session Chair(s): 1Lt Jessica Finkelstein
Moderator(s): LTC Raymond Dunton
8:00 AM0615Yellow fever outbreak in the Ivory Coast
Maj Doug Burkett
8:15 AM0616Entomologists make good soldiers
COL Paul Andrews
8:30 AM0617Operational entomology in the Navy
Jeff Stancil
8:45 AM0618Strength in numbers starts with one: One entomologist with an army of one
Steve B. Berté
9:00 AM0619US Air Force Reserve's aerial spray program helps reduce the negative impact biting midges have on training at Parris Island Marine Corps Recruit Depot, South Carolina
Capt. Mark Breidenbaugh
9:15 AM0620Theater level entomology at Operation Enduring Freedom: It's never too late to serve
Daniel A. Strickman
9:30 AM0621Dengue virus and Aedes spp. detection in operational environments using the Ruggedized Advanced Pathogen Identification Device (RAPID)
Col. James A. Swaby
9:45 AM0622Repellent research in the US Army
Mustapha Debboun
10:00 AM0623Use of disposable sticky lures and RT-PCR as alternative methods of surveillance for adult Aedes aegypti and dengue viruses in Indonesia
Cdr Mike Bangs
10:15 AM0624Yellow fever- The scourge exposed
CDR Stanton Cope

The 2002 ESA Annual Meeting and Exhibition