Geospatial Health Symposium 18: Spatial Models of Mosquito Borne Diseases

Type: Virtual Poster
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Sponsor Groups: Health and Medical Geography Specialty Group
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Day: 4/11/2021
Start / End Time: 11:10 AM / 12:25 PM (PDT)
Room: Virtual 8
Organizers: Sadie Ryan
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Call for Submissions

In this LATEBREAKING virtual poster session, presenters will describe the latest research in spatial models for mosquito borne diseases. This session intends to highlight the application of geographical methods to current questions in mosquito borne diseases. This session will showcase research from the Medical and Health Geography fields, at the forefront of addressing questions reaching across disease ecology, entomology, applied vector management, and risk.


Description

In this LATEBREAKING virtual poster session, presenters will describe the latest research in spatial models for mosquito borne diseases. This session intends to highlight the application of geographical methods to current questions in mosquito borne diseases. This session will showcase research from the Medical and Health Geography fields, at the forefront of addressing questions reaching across disease ecology, entomology, applied vector management, and risk.


Agenda

ID Title Participant
001 The role of road networks in facilitating past and future invasions of Aedes albopictus mosquitoes in the contiguous United States Stephanie Mundis
New Mexico State University
002 Warming temperatures could expose more than 1.3 billion new people to Zika virus risk by 2050 Sadie Ryan
University of Florida
003 Exploring the utility of social-ecological and entomological risk factors for dengue infection as surveillance indicators in the dengue hyper-endemic city of Machala, Ecuador Catherine Lippi
University of Florida
004 Spatial heterogeneity of the submicroscopic malaria reservoir in rural Bagamoyo district, Tanzania. Cyrus Sinai
University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill

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