Welcome To The Zwiebel Lab

 
 

Our lab is interested in the molecular genetics of olfaction in insect disease vectors - specifically mosquitoes. If this is your first time here, please take a look at a more detailed description of our research projects. If that piques your interest, you'll want to look at a list of our publications. You may also be interested in seeing the people that work in the lab. And finally, if you would like to get in touch with us, you can find contact information here as well.

 

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SEM of the head of female Anopheles gambiae, the malaria vector mosquito

Lab Affiliations at Vanderbilt University/Medical Center:

Departments of Biological Sciences & Pharmacology

Program in Developmental Biology

Institutes of Chemical Biology and Global Health

Vanderbilt Brain Institute and Institute for Human Genetics

“The Most Dangerous Animal On The Planet”

Adult Female Anopheles gambiae

(psuedocolor, Colorado State University)

From top to bottom: Robert W. Taylor , David Rinker, R. Jason Pitts,  Sam Ochieng, Samsudeen P Saidu,  Fadi E. Pulous, Jesse Slone, Emenike Okafor, Xiaofan Zhou, Eunho Suh, H. Willi Honegger , LJ Zwiebel, Ian M. Romaine, Chao Liu,  Zhen Li, Stephen L. Derryberry, Greg M. Pask, Juan C. Malpartida, Nathan Day.