Sunday, 26 October 2003: 1:00 PM-5:00 PM

244 (Convention Center (Second Floor))

Symposium: Careers in Military Entomology--A Global Experience

Moderator(s): Michael Zyzak
Organizer(s): Ryan Hackman
1:00 PMWelcoming Remarks
1:15 PM0117Medical entomology in the Pacific Theater: An Air Force perspective
Mary Ann Haberman
1:30 PM0118An Army of one: The Army entomologist
Stephen Berté
1:45 PM0119Operational entomology in the Navy
Jennifer Remmers
2:00 PM0120Highlights from a medical entomologist
Dwight Rickard
2:15 PMBreak
2:30 PM0121Public health entomology from Mogadishu to the Minuteman III ICBM
Armando Rosales
2:45 PM0122Citizen-solider-entomologist: The role of an entomologist in the Army Reserve
Paul Andrews
3:00 PM0123Bullets, bugs and bombs: The role of an entomologist in today's Navy
George Schoeler
3:15 PM0124Teaching entomology in the US Air Force
Keith Blount
3:30 PMBreak 2
3:45 PM0125Insects and their management on U.S. Navy ships: Pests, diseases, and invasive species prevention
Craig Stoops
4:00 PM0126West Nile virus surveillance at military installations in the Southeastern U.S
Ken McPherson
4:15 PM0127Navy medical entomology research in South America
Jeff Stancil
4:30 PM0128Entomology in the Air Force Reserve
Mark Breidenbaugh
4:45 PMConcluding Remarks

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