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Vector Biology Contacts

Program officers at the Division of Microbiology and Infectious Diseases involved in research on vectors that transmit pathogens to humans:

Adriana Costero

Parasitology and International Programs Branch
Subject: Grants dealing with a broad array of aspects relating to vector biology.

Sam Perdue

Bacteriology and Mycology Branch
Subject: Grants dealing with vectors of bacterial diseases, including Lyme Disease, plague, ricketssioses, anaplasmosis, babesiosis, erhlichiosis, and tularemia.

Pat Repik

Virology Branch
Subject: Grants dealing with arboviral diseases, including Dengue and West Nile Virus.

Christiane Robbins

Office of Scientific Coordination and Program Operations
Subject: Institutional grants dealing with multidisciplinary training in vector biology, entomology, and vector-borne pathogens.

Polly Sager

International Research in Infectious Diseases, Office of the Director
Subject: Grants submitted in response to NIAID solicitations targeting foreign institutions.

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Last Updated February 19, 2016