Talks & Interviews
Zika a ‘grave risk’ for U.S
$90K funds Zika-related mosquito study in NM
Briefing Released - Waiting In The Wings: Emergence, Impact And Control Of Mosquito-Borne Viruses
INTERCEPT- International Center for Enterprise Preparednes
On April 14, 2016, Kathryn A. Hanley, Professor in the Department of Biology at New Mexico State University, discussed Zika virus and other mosquito-borne viruses. Her talk, titled “Waiting in the Wings: Emergence, Impact and Control of Mosquito-Borne Viruses,” addressed the origin and spread of these viruses, ways we can respond to the challenges they pose and potential outcomes for the near future.
NMSU researchers receive state grant to map Zika-carrying mosquitoes
NMSU biology professor Kathryn Hanley and NMSU geography professor Michaela Buenemann, both in the College of Arts and Sciences, and their graduate students will begin a project in June to trap mosquitos in different locations around New Mexico and generate a species distribution model that health officials can use to identify where the disease-carrying insects are most likely to be.
2010 German-American Frontiers of Science
Kathryn Hanley's GAFOS talk 1
Evolution of Infectuous Diseases
Kathryn Hanley's GAFOS talk 2
Arthropod-Borne Virus Evolution
Dr. Kathryn Hanley, NMSU Biology Professor
KRWG News (2009-02-16)
Fred Martino speaks with Dr. Kathryn Hanley of NMSU's Biology Department about the evolution of mosquito-borne viruses.