School of Veterinary Medicine

Training Program in the Biology of Disease Vectors

Recognizing the need to curb the spread of vectorborne diseases, the University of California at Davis has approved a Designated Emphasis in the Biology of Vectorborne Diseases, the goal of which is to train graduate and postgraduate fellows in the biology of vectorborne viral, bacterial, and parasitic agents of human and animal diseases and their arthropod vectors. This grant Training Program in the Biology of Disease Vectors focuses on training pre-doctoral and post-doctoral scholars in the biology of arthropod vectors of human and animal diseases.

Terry Pixton

Terry PixtonAccounting Assistant, Department of Pathology, Microbiology and Immunology

School of Veterinary Medicine, UC Davis

Office: 4227 Vet Med 3A

Phone: (530) 752-0263

E-mail: trpixton@ucdavis.edu

Christopher M. Barker, Ph.D.

 

Assistant Adjunct Professor, Center for Vectorborne Diseases

Department of Pathology, Microbiology, and Immunology

Dennis W. Wilson, D.V.M., Ph.D.

Dennis W. Wilson, D.V.M., Ph.D.Professor and Chair, Department of Pathology, Microbiology and Immunology

School of Veterinary Medicine, UC Davis

Jeffrey L. Stott, Ph.D.

Jeffrey L. Stott, Ph.D.Professor, Department of Pathology, Microbiology and Immunology

School of Veterinary Medicine, UC Davis

John E. Madigan , D.V.M., MS

John E. Madigan , D.V.M., MSProfessor, Department of Medicine and Epidemiology

School of Veterinary Medicine, UC Davis

Christian M. Leutenegger, Ph.D.

Christian M. Leutenegger, Ph.D.Research Specialist and Director, Lucy Whittier Molecular and Diagnostic Core Facility

School of Veterinary Medicine, UC Davis