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With an increase in global efforts to control vector-borne diseases we have also observed the emergence of insecticide resistance in the world’s most important vector species. Mechanisms of insecticide resistance are varied and include target site modification, increased detoxification, increased excretion and behavioural modification. These physiological or behavioural changes may also influence a vectors ability to acquire, maintain and transmit pathogens. This study explores the relationship between resilience to vector control and vector competence and vectorial capacity. Results from this work will allow for better predictions of transmission risk in the face of vector-borne disease control and resistance.
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Course contact details
- Dr Lisa Reimer
- +44 (0)151 705 3107