Meredith Spence Beaulieu
I am a board certified medical and veterinary entomologist interested in vector-borne disease dynamics, public health, and science policy. At Duke, I serve as the Assistant Director of the Triangle Center for Evolutionary Medicine (TriCEM). In my role with TriCEM, I lead initiatives to advance research and education in evolutionary medicine. My PhD research focused on the effects of suburban development on mosquito assemblages, and its subsequent impacts on pathogen transmission using dog heartworm disease as a study system.
I am an Entomological Society of America (ESA) Science Policy Fellow. I also currently serve as the Legislative Chair of the North Carolina Mosquito and Vector Control Association, Membership Coordinator of the North Carolina Entomological Society, Vice-Chair of the ESA Entomology Games committee, member of the American Mosquito Control Association Public Relations Committee, and as a member of the ESA Committees on Canvassing for Awards & Honors and MUVE Communications.
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