Therese Kondash

Temporary (non-student) Hourly Environmental and Radiological Health Sciences

About Therese

Therese studies Environmental Health at CSU and joined the Kading lab in May 2019. She assists with the Rift Valley Fever virus project by trapping and aspirating mosquitoes around Fort Collins and modeling descriptive data using R. She also helps with other projects around the lab by rearing Aedes aegypti and Culex tarsalis colonies in the insectary.


                

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