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International Short Course in Insect Chemical Ecology 2019 Kenya

Impact of semiochemicals on insect behavior (June 9th-21st)


From neuronal input to behavioral output to novel applications

With special focus on: plant-plant, plant-insect, plant-insect-microbe, and insect-animal interactions, pheromones, olfactory receptors, odor processing, evolution, physiological and chemical methods, insects and diseases, new and upcoming applications.

I’m excited to be among the great line up of lecturers at this years Chemical ecology Short course in Kenya! The PhD-level course in insect chemical ecology was organized by icipe, Kenya and Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology, Jena, Germany. In collaboration with Penn State University, USA and Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU).

TRAINERS: Ted Turlings, uniNE; John J. Beck, USDA; Teun Dekker, SLU; Paul Becher (SLU); Rickard Ignell, SLU; Christer Löfstedt, Lund University; Angel Guerrero, Institute for Advanced Chemistry of Catalonia (IQAC); Shannon Olsson, Tata Institute of Fundamental Research; Lucia Prieto Godino, Francis Crick Institute; Abdullahi Yusuf, University of Pretoria; Tom Baker, Penn State; Bill Hansson, Max Plank Institute for Chemical Ecology (MPI CE); Silke Sachse, MPI CE; Markus Knaden, MPI CE; Baldwyn Torto, icipe; Jared Gregory Ali, Penn State; David Tchouassi, icipe; Merid Getahun, icipe; Charles Midega, icipe; Sevgan Subramanian, icipe; Amanuel Tamiru, icipe; Daniel Masiga, icipe; Michael Okal, icipe

More info and registration details here.