How to Protect Public Health Through Integrated Mosquito Management

Webinar | April 26, 2022 | 2 PM (EDT)

 

Free Educational Webinar

Abundant mosquito populations increase the risk of vector-borne diseases and nuisance biting in a community. It’s important to proactively manage mosquito populations before their numbers get out of hand to help prevent the transmission of diseases. Fortunately, Integrated Mosquito Management (IMM) programs exist to target mosquitoes at all stages of their lifecycle.

Join our experts as they discuss the many factors and strategies that influence a successful mosquito management program and get your questions answered during a live Q&A.

Free and open to the public. Spots are limited. Register today!

About the Presenters:

CAROLINE EFSTATHION, PhD

ENTOMOLOGIST, REGIONAL DIRECTOR

Dr. Caroline Efstathion, Ph.D., currently oversees mosquito abatement programs in the southeast of the United States. Prior to joining VDCI, she worked at Volusia County Mosquito Control where she headed up their research and arbovirus surveillance programs. She also worked at Anastasia Mosquito Control as their molecular entomologist, the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services as a mosquito control outreach specialist for the Northeast region, and was a microbiology professor at St. Johns’ River State College and Florida Atlantic University.

JAY SANDRIDGE

MOSQUITO MGMT EXPERT, BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR

Jay has over eight years of experience in the mosquito control industry. He regularly works with municipalities to help identify and develop strategic management programs to control local mosquito populations. Jay has experience facilitating the implementation of Integrated Mosquito Management programs across the country and has extensive knowledge of mosquito control technologies and solutions.

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