We’ve scheduled a full day of events including talks, a poster session, and a catered reception.

9:00-9:20 am: Opening Remarks, Dr. John Drake, Director CEID
9:20-10:35 am:  Morning Session I

Courtney Murdock, University of Georgia. Virus-vector Interactions
Laura Harrington, Cornell University Vector Behavior and Disease Transmission
Michael Strand, University of Georgia. Vector-microbiome Interactions

10:35-11:00 am: Coffee Break
11:00-12:20 pm: Morning Session II

Alun Lloyd, North Carolina State University. Agent-based Models of Disease Transmission for Applications
Bobby Reiner, University of Washington. Models
Alex Perkins, University of Notre Dame Spatial Epidemiology of Vector-borne Diseases
Nicholas Reich, University of Massachusetts-Amherst. Forecasting Disease Transmission

12:20-1:20 pm: Lunch
1:20-3:00 pm: Afternoon Session I

Mike Boots, University of California, Berkley. Virulence Evolution
Ary Hoffmann, University of Melbourne. Vector Evolution
Sadie Ryan, University of Florida. Social Factors in the Maintenance and Transmission of Vector-borne Diseases
Erin Mordecai, Stanford University. Environmental Drivers of Disease Transmission
Derek Cummings, University of Florida. Antibody Dependent Enhancement

3:00-3:20 pm: Coffee Break
3:20-4:240 pm: Afternoon Session II

Simon Gubbins, The Pirbright Institute. Population Biology of Culicoides-borne Viruses of Livestock
Matt Thomas, Penn State University. Efficacy and Sustainability in Management of Vector Populations
Maria-Diuk Wasser, Columbia University. Community Ecology of Vector-borne Diseases
Edward Wenger, Intellectual Ventures. Disease Elimination: Malaria

4:20-5:30: Future Directions Panel Discussion
5:30-6:30 pm: Poster Session and Reception