Meet Jocelyn Holt, Ph.D., faculty fellow in ecology and evolutionary biology at Rice University, expert in insect-plant-microbe interactions, and subject of the next installment of our "Standout Early Career Professionals" series.
The U.S. Navy's Environmental and Preventive Medicine Units work as "mini-CDCs" to protect public health for Sailors and Marines around the world. That includes managing threats of vector-borne disease. Four Navy entomologists share their perspectives on a career in the Armed Forces.
Ary Faraji, Ph.D., BCE, traces his career arc from class clown to executive director of a major metropolitan mosquito control district. He credits his success to a willingness to take on new challenges, a focus on teamwork, and a passion for entomological adventures. Read Ary's story and find out his advice for success in medical entomology.
A successful science lab is a dynamic, carefully balanced environment not unlike the natural ecosystems that many of us study. Attention to the relationships, individual personalities, and unique stresses of scientific work are all critical to fostering a healthy, balanced lab environment. One entomologist who's worked in roles from undergraduate research assistant to lab leader shares her advice.