Author Archives: Marina Torres
Yasser Mahmmod: “It’s just a wonderful feeling when your job is to improve the current knowledge to give a better health for animals”
Rift Valley virus study made by IRTA-CReSA and INIA-CISA is awarded by the Royal Entomological Society
The “Aedes Invasive Mosquitoes” (AIM) COST Action Program has received four years of funding to develop synergies between scientists and public health professionals to deal with invasive mosquitoes Aedes that can transmit diseases such as Dengue, Zika, the West Nile virus fever and the Chikungunya. The IRTA-CReSA researcher Núria Busquets is a member of the Management Committee of this initiative, with the participation of IRTA-CReSA researcher Sandra Talavera and Carles Aranda, entomologist of the Mosquito Control Service of the Baix Llobregat and associate researcher at IRTA-CReSA.