We have had an incredible number of applications for the first meeting of the VectorBiTE RCN, and so we are no longer accepting applications. Thank you all for your interest! We are in the midst of evaluating applications, and will notify all applicants shortly.
The application process for the VectorBiTE 2016 meeting is now up and fully functional. If you tried unsuccessfully to apply earlier give it another shot now. You must be registered and logged into the website in order to apply. We will begin to evaluate applications and allocate travel funds starting February 1, 2016.
We are pleased to announce the VectorBiTE 2016 meeting, the first meeting of the VectorBiTE RCN! The meeting will take place March 23 – 25 2016 at the Collaborative Labs in beautiful Clearwater, FL. We will support travel, accommodation, and subsistence for approximately 40 participants from all over the world. Continue reading “Announcing VectorBiTE 2016”
Vector borne diseases (VBDs) are caused by pathogens that depend on a third party (typically an arthropod) for transmission between hosts. These elegantly tuned systems are built on intimate interactions between pathogens, hosts, and these vectors. Continue reading “Introduction to VectorBiTE: vectors, disease, and forming a network”