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Ilia Rochlin, Ph.D.

Ilia Rochlin, Ph.D.

Changes in forest management are behind today’s expansion of lone star ticks’ range into parts of New England, and climate change is helping them spread to other northern states from the Atlantic Ocean to the Great Lakes, according to a new study in the Journal of Medical Entomology. The research struck a personal chord for lead author and entomologist Ilia Rochlin, Ph.D., whose Long Island home sits in one of the heavily infested areas. (Photo courtesy of Ilia Rochlin, Ph.D.)

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