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Since 2018, Aedes Invasive Mosquito (AIM) COST Action (Project ID: CA17108) has promoted European networking and collaboration between the researchers, public health professional, and the public so as to increase harmonisation, preparedness, and capacity for surveillance and control of AIM vector species.
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We would like to bring your attention to our new articles published within the last month.
RafaelGutiérrez-López, JordiFiguerola, JosuéMartínez-de la Puente Methodological procedures explain observed differences in the competence of European populations of Aedes albopictus for the transmission of Zika virus. Acta Tropica , Volume 237, 2023 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.actatropica.2022.106724
We are looking to hire a Postdoctoral Researcher for 24 months to work on a nationally-funded (NRDI) project on the ecological causes and consequences of the spread of invasive mosquitoes in Hungary.
Please see the attached for more information.
We have the pleasure to inform you that the Istituto Zooprofilattico Sperimentale delle Venezie (IZSVe) has organized an online course “Mosquitoes, Phlebotomine sand flies and ticks monitoring: traps and capture techniques” which is now available.
This course focuses on the main techniques for monitoring ticks, mosquitoes, and phlebotomine sand flies, and aims to provide knowledge on how to plan sampling and which tools to use.
AIM-COST would like to draw your attention to three new publications by AIM-COST partners.
A Workshop on AIMSurv data 2022 took place on the 14th September 2022. 0900-1300. it was a Virtual Workshop. Venue: University of the Balearic Islands. organised by Miguel A. Miranda (UIB).
Coordinators: Miguel A. Miranda (UIB) & Frederic Bartumeus (CEAB-CSIC)
Please check out this exciting new publication by Riccardo Moretti and his team recently published in Parasites & Vectors...
Moretti, R., Lampazzi, E., Damiani, C. et al. Increased biting rate and decreased Wolbachia density in irradiated Aedes mosquitoes. Parasites Vectors 15, 67 (2022). https://doi.org/10.1186/s13071-022-05188-9