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Our department offers outstanding academic programs for undergraduate and graduate students preparing for research, teaching, and extension careers in entomology, ecology and wildlife conservation.

Our teaching, research, and extension efforts emphasize whole-organism biology, conservation biology, and the interactions between humans and other species.

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UD tick research aims to understand host specificity of Lyme disease: youtube.com/watch?v=CeTPi7VT6Gk

University of Delaware tick research aims to understand host specificity of Lyme disease


Video description:
UD faculty member Vincenzo Ellis is investigating why some humans are infected with Lyme disease while others are not. Using molecular technology to analyze blacklegged ticks across Delaware, the Department of Entomology and Wildlife Ecology research team found that there may be competition among strains of the bacterium that causes Lyme disease, Borrelia burgdorferi, possibly explaining patterns of human infection.

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Angela Holland
Assistant Professor of Wildlife Ecology
 

Dr. Holland investigates mammalian population ecology and conservation biology. Her courses include Wildlife Management and Quantitative Ecology.

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