Wilson Rodrigues Valbon
My research in the Ke Dong lab focuses on elucidating the repellency mechanisms of insecticides (pyrethroids) and essential oils (plant-derived compounds) in mosquitoes (vector of human diseases, such as yellow fever, Dengue, Zika, and malaria). I am also investigating the role of voltage-gated ion channels in the biology and behavior of invertebrates using molecular and electrophysiological approaches.
Current Appointments & Affiliations
- Postdoctoral Associate, Biology, Trinity College of Arts & Sciences
- 130 Science Dr., Biosci Bldg Room 219, Durham, NC 27708
- firstname.lastname@example.org +1 919 660 3186
- Google Scholar
- Ke Dong Lab
- Research Gate
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