We’re not going to win the war against all mosquitoes everywhere, but we can make progress on pathogens and the diseases they transmit,” Anthony James, microbiologist of UC Irvine says. Read the article here.
Anthony James, a mosquito researcher, and member of the Center for Virus Research at UCI, who published a paper last year demonstrating how a gene drive might prevent mosquitoes from transmitting malaria, called the panel’s report “reasonable.” Read the article
On May 27th, 2016, the Center for Virus Research hosted the annual NIH Virology Training Grant Symposium here at UCI. The four trainees supported by this training grant, Dylan Flather, Kurt Patterson, Joshua Smith and William Hu, presented on the
At UC Irvine, Anthony James, a geneticist, has been working since the 1980s on breeding mosquitoes that, while viable themselves, do not transmit P. falciparum. …James realized that if he could endow the mosquito with genes that produce antibodies to P.
UCI biologist Katrine Whiteson joined other U.S. scientists Friday, May 13, at an event hosted by the White House Office of Science & Technology Policy to announce a new National Microbiome Initiative that will foster integrated study of microbiomes across