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Vector identification and surveillance

First workshop of the medical entomology working group

An advanced training on vector identification and surveillance will be held at Novi Sad, Serbia on next September 16th-19th.

As a follow-up  to the first workshop organized in 2015, this 4-day training co-organized by the medical entomology working group and the Univeristy of Novi Sad, will aim to provide a very practical approach on vector identification, biology, surveillance and control. Three vector groups of regional interest will be studied: mosquito, tick and simulid. This training has been designed primarily to help the staff involved in the planning, implementing and evaluation of entomological surveillance and vector control activities.

This advanced training is intended for entomologists and vector control staff, technicians and scientists, working in the field preferably. This regional course target the members of the MediLabSecure medical entomology working group from Balkans and Black Sea countries.

Registration are now closed, thank to all the MediLabSecure members who applied for participating in this workshop!

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