GTR seminar / Advanced Bioscience seminar
We will hold a GTR Advanced Bioscience seminar in June focused on a new method of disease transmission by Aedes mosquitoes.
Outbreaks of dengue are becoming increasingly common as its' mosquito vector (Aedes aegypti) spreads worldwide. Mathematical modelling of these outbreaks plays an important role in organising public health responses; these models rely heavily on animal models of disease transmission. In this seminar, Dr ChunHong Chen will describe a new transmission method for dengue (Mechanical transmission) which could significantly supplement known routes, and contribute to the growth rate and magnitude of dengue outbreaks in densely populated regions
Date: June 6th (Mon.) 2022, 14:00 - 15:30 online
Speaker: Dr. ChunHong Chen (National Health Research Institutes, Taiwan)
Title:Mechanical transmission of dengue by Aedes mosquitoes contributes to disease proliferation
Registration is here (Until 1st June)
Organisers: Azusa Kamikouchi (kamikouchi<at>bio.nagoya-u.ac.jp(<at>→@）)
Matthew Paul Su (su.matthew.paul<at>h.mbox.nagoya-u.ac.jp(<at>→@）)
★GTR international students only
This seminar is "GTR Lecture series on multidisciplinary problems (1pt)".
Enroll in gtr e-portfolio (Dead line: June.1)．Grades will be judged by report. Report submission from NUCT by June20.