Wednesday, December 13, 2006: 8:00 AM-12:00 PM

Room 117 (Convention Center)

Symposium: Department of Defense Entomology: To Serve and Protect

Organizer(s): Lisa L O'Brien,
Richard N. Johnson,
8:00 AMWelcoming Remarks
8:10 AM1008Yellow fever - The scourge revealed  [ Recorded presentation ]
Stanton E. Cope
8:40 AM1009Deployed warfighter protection program:  Program goals and research overview  [ Recorded presentation ]
Graham White,
9:00 AM1010USDA pesticide research for the DoD: A needs-based program for vector control
Kenneth Linthicum,
9:20 AM1011Assessment of sand flies as a means of evaluating the threat of leishmaniasis to military forces deployed in Iraq and Afghanistan
Russell Coleman,, James C. McAvin, John L. Putnam, John S. Lee, Katherine I. Swanson, Monzia Moodie, Edgar Rowton,, Lisa P. Hochberg
9:40 AMBreak
10:00 AM1012Agricultural aerial spraying in a combat zone: Control the dubas bug (Ommatissus lybicus) in date palms in Iraq  [ Recorded presentation ]
Jamie Blow,
10:20 AM1013Civil military operations in Afghanistan: An entomological perspective
D. Rickard,
10:40 AM1014US Navy Entomology in Indonesia: International cooperation and disease vector management  [ Recorded presentation ]
Craig Stoops,
11:00 AM1015Indonesian tsunami relief and Navy entomology
Roxanne Burrus,
11:20 AMConcluding Remarks

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