Media

Researchers track origin of one of nature’s biggest killers. Yale News.August 17, 2020
Highlights our work on the origin of Aedes aegypti in the Southwestern Indian Ocean.

Yale researchers track origin of one of ‘nature’s biggest killers’. New Haven Register. Published
Brief note on our work on the origin of Aedes aegypti in the Southwestern Indian Ocean.

How this mosquito, one of nature’s greatest killers, evolved its taste for human blood. NBC Science News. Aug. 20, 2020.
A (very) brief mentions our work on the origin of Aedes aegypti in the Southwestern Indian Ocean.

Disease-bearing mosquitoes adapt to winters near D.C. lawmakers. Yale News. December 18, 2017
Highlights our work tracking down the origin of the Ae. aegypti D.C. population.

Scientists take the temperature of dengue fever risk. Yale News. October 4, 2017
Features or findings on the interactions between Ae. aegypti genetic background, temperature, and dengue infection.

Our paper on the “Global genetic diversity of Ae. aegypti” was featured on the Yale Daily News, both online and in press. Nov 08, 2016.

Curiosity did not kill the worm. University of Houston.
November 21, 2008
Media release on the C. elegans research I did as part of my PhD dissertation.