Sunday, December 9, 2007: 1:30 PM-5:30 PM

Hampton, Regency Ballroom, First Floor (Town & Country)

Symposium: Board Certified Entomologists' Symposium: A Public Health Menace, The Resurgence and Mitigation of Cimex lectularius Linnaeus

Organizer(s): Ted Granovsky,
Shripat T. Kamble,
Stuart Mitchell,
Harold Harlan,
1:30 PM0170Welcome and introductions
Shripat T. Kamble,
1:35 PM0171Historical perspectives on bed bugs
Shripat T. Kamble,
2:00 PM0172Analysis of bed bug activity in mid-range hotels throughout the United States
Judith Black,
2:25 PM0173Pit falls in bed bug biology and management practices
Eric P. Benson,
2:50 PM0174My bed bugs: From fascination to facilitation
Harold Harlan,
3:15 PM 0175Become a board certified entomologist
Stuart Mitchell,
3:20 PM 0176Non-chemical approaches to bed bug control
Frank Meek,
3:45 PM0177Guidelines for the control of bed bugs in California: Perspectives from local health departments
Laura Kreuger,
4:10 PM0178Bed bug management practices
Anil Menon,
4:35 PM0179U.S. Navy interest in bed bug resurgence
David Claborn,
5:00 PM0180Efficacy of products registered by EPA for bed bug control as determined by lab bioassays: Do they work?
Robin Todd,
5:25 PM 0181Conclusion
Ted Granovsky,

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