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Crain, R. P., J. W. Mains, E. Suh, Y. Huang, P. H. Crowley and S. L. Dobson. Accepted. BMC Evolutionary Biology, The effect of Wolbachia on immature insects and its impact on population replacement

Suh, E., D. R. Mercer, Y. Fu and S. L. Dobson. 2009. Pathogenicity of life-shortening Wolbachia in Aedes albopictus after transfer from Drosophila melanogaster. Appl. and Environ. Microb. 75: 7783-7788.

Jeong, G and E. Suh. 2008. Wolbachia-induced reproductive anomalies and their future applications. Entomological Research. 38: 41-48.

Suh, E., S. -H. Koh, J. -H. Lee, K. -I. Shin and K. Cho. 2006. Evaluation of resistance pattern to fenpyroximate and pyridaben in Tetranychus urticae collected from greenhouses and apple orchards using lethal concentration-slope relationship. Exp. Appl. Acarol. 38:151-165.

Kim, M., C. Sim, D. Shin, E. Suh, and K. Cho. 2005. Residual and sublethal effects of fenpyroximate and pyridaben on the instantaneous rate of increase of Tetranychus urticae. Crop Prot. 25: 542-548.

Kim, M., D. Shin, E. Suh, and K. Cho. 2004. An assessment of the chronic toxicity of fenpyroximate and pyridaben to Tetranychus urticae using a demographic bioassay. Appl. Entomol. Zool. 3:401-409.

Sim, C., E. Seo, and K. Cho. 2003. Life table and sensitivity analysis as fitness evaluation method of fenpyroximate and pyridaben resistant two spotted spider mite (Tetranychus urticae Koch) J. of Asia-Pacific Entomol. 2:193-199.


Ph.D. Entomology, University of Kentucky, 2011. Dissertation: Characterization of Wolbachia   and its interaction in host mosquitoes Advisor: Dr. Stephen L. Dobson

M.S. Agricultural Biology, Korea University, 2004. Thesis: Reproductive incompatibility in Tetranychus urticae associated with two Wolbachia strains in Korea Advisor: Dr. Kijong Cho

B.S. Agricultural Biology, Korea University, 2002. Thesis: Genetical study of fenpyroximate and pyridaben resistant strain of Tetranychus urticae Koch with synergists (DEF, PBO) Advisor: Dr. Kijong Cho

Contact Information:

Eunho Suh, Ph.D.

Postdoctoral Scholar

Dept. of Biological Sciences
Vanderbilt University
465 21st Ave. S.
Nashville, TN 37232

Research Interests:

My research interests include mosquito ecology and behaviors, and the development of novel methods for controlling arthropod vectors of disease. My current work focuses primarily on characterizing mosquito olfaction systems that mediate oviposition behavior of Malaria mosquito, Anopheles gambiae.  Specifically, I am interested in identifying odorant receptors responding to oviposition pheromones and/or cues.