Dr. Gonzalo M. Vazquez-Prokopec

Assistant Professor

 

Post-doc. Emory University
PhD. University of Buenos Aires
MSc. University of Buenos Aires

 

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Lab Members

Collaborators

Non-Emory affiliated:

I am currently looking for graduate students and post-docs interested in joining my lab. See the Opportunities section or click here.

Thomas W. Scott
UC Davis
Research area: Dengue epidemiology, transmission dynamics and control.

Andrea Lund
Researcher/Lab Manager
Research area: Environmental and health impacts of Combined Sewer Overflows in urban Atlanta.:"

Ricardo Gürtler
Universidad de Buenos Aires
Research area: Eco-epidemiology of Chagas disease.

JR McMillan
PhD Student (PBEE)
Research area: Heterogeneities in host selection behavior by mosquitoes.

Valerie Paz-Soldan
Tulane University
Research area: Social epidemiology.

Marissa Grossman
PhD Student (PBEE)
Research area: Spatial dynamics of vector-borne diseases.

Scott A. Ritchie
James Cook University
Research area: Medical entomology, dengue epidemiology.

Daniel G. Mead
University of Georgia
Research area: Virology, molecular epidemiology of vector-borne diseases.
Regan Deming
MPH Student (2015)
Research area: Insecticide resistance and phylodynamics in Aedes aegypti.

Audrey Lenhart
CDC (Entomology Branch)
Research area: Ecology of Ae. aegypti insecticide resistance.

Pablo Manrique-SaideUniversidad Autonoma de Yucatan (UADY). Mexico
Research area: Medical Entomology; Ae. aegypti ecology
List of members of the Kitron-Prokopec Lab (click here)

Emory affiliated:

Uriel Kitron
Dept. Environmental Studies
Research area: Vector-borne disease epidemiology, landscape epidemiology, global health.

Former Lab Members

Karen Wu

​MPH student (2013)

Research area: Blood feeding patterns of Culex quinquefasciatus

David Nugent
Dept. Anthropology
Research area: Development Practices, Socio-cultural Anthropology.

Genevieve LaCon

​MPH student (2013)

Research area: Spatial determinants of Aedes aegypti distribution and population persistence.

Donal Bisanzio
Dept. Environmental Studies
Research area: Vector-borne disease epidemiology, disease modeling.

Whitney Pennington

MPH Student (2014)

Research area: Ecology of Salmonelosis infection in passerine birds.

Thomas Gillespie
Dept. Environmental Studies
Research area: Great Ape conservation, global health.

Anthony Martin
Dept. Environmental Studies
Research area: Paleoecology, fossil track analysis.