Recent Press Releases

October 27, 2020: Spatial repellents significantly reduce infections of mosquito-borne viruses, study finds

August 29, 2019: Study provides insight into spatial repellents as method to reduce infection of vector-borne diseases, encourages additional research:

February 11, 2019: Notre Dame receives its largest research award to study spatial repellents against mosquito-borne diseases:

October 23-26, 2018: Dr. Achee, Dr. Grieco and the BVEC at the first meeting of the SICA (Central American Integration System) in Belize City

September 13th, 2018: Beyond government grants: Widening your funding net 

November 3rd, 2017: What would you fight for? Fighting mosquito-borne diseases

July 10th, 2017: Eck Institute for Global Health to study Zika in Belize

February 1st, 2017: Zika: Where are we now?

June 8th, 2016: Entomologist Nicole L. Achee helps write gene drives report

May 19th, 2016: Dean’s Award Luncheon honors senior science students

May 5th, 2016: Notre Dame Biology student recognized for outstanding contributions to science

November 19th, 2015: Notre Dame faculty-student team researches the effects of repellents on mosquito behaviors

August 25th, 2015: Nicole Achee to serve on NAS committee examining the responsible use of gene technology

April 25th, 2016: Understanding Behavior Key to Combating Malaria

March 13th, 2015: Second largest research award at Notre Dame fights malaria and dengue fever

September 24th, 2014: Global Health Colloquium: “Spatial repellents for control of vector-borne diseases”

May 6th, 2014: Exploiting Vector Ecology for Global Public Health

October 14th, 2013: Talk Science seminar highlights research projects in biology and biochemistry