[Leish-l] [Tropmed-l] Sand Flies
ffouque at pasteur-guadeloupe.fr
Fri Apr 27 09:42:39 BRT 2012
Dear Dr. Rowton,
From another part of the world !! we are also planning to develop
some research on sand flies in Guadeloupe (French West Indies).
Our Laboratory of medical entomology at the Pasteur Institute of
Guadeloupe was re-organized last year and among our tasks we would
like to develop a collection of insects vectors of diseases in the
A first survey on sand flies was carry out in Guadeloupe by Dr.
Charles Gantier and the Vector Control Diseases Agency. And we are
planning to work on these sand flies to estimate if there is any risk
of leishmaniasis re-introduction in Guadeloupe (or neighbouring
islands). In this context, a collaboration with your Institution as a
reference will be wellcome.
Entomologist, Ph.D., Head of the Laboratory of Medical Entomology
Institut Pasteur de la Guadeloupe
Laboratoire d'Entomologie médicale
UNITÉ ENVIRONNEMENT ET SANTÉ
Morne Jolivière, BP 484, 97183 Les Abymes cedex
Tel : 05 90 90 49 54, Fax : 05 90 89 69 41
Standard: 05 90 89 69 40
mobile: 06 90 67 39 17
ffouque at pasteur-guadeloupe.fr
flfouque at gmail.com
Le 26 avr. 12 à 07:14, Dr. Dinesh Mondal a écrit :
> Dear Dr. Rowton,
> Thank you very much for this useful information. In fact we are
> thinking to establish an entomology lab for sandfly in our study
> site in Mymensingh, Bangladesh. Unfortunately here we have no one
> who can help us. I will be very grateful to you if you kindly
> support and guide us to achieve this goal.
> Thank you.
> Best regards,
> Dr. Dinesh Mondal MD, PhD
> Mohakhali, Dhaka-1212
> From: leish-l-bounces at lineu.icb.usp.br [mailto:leish-l-bounces at lineu.icb.usp.br
> ] On Behalf Of Carlos Costa
> Sent: Monday, April 23, 2012 1:03 PM
> To: Rowton, Edgar D Dr CIV USA MEDCOM WRAIR
> Cc: Leish-L; Entomol 4
> Subject: Re: [Leish-l] [Tropmed-l] Sand Flies
> Hi Ed,
> I am forwarding your message to the communities of Leishmania and
> Best wishes,
> 2012/4/20 Rowton, Edgar D Dr CIV USA MEDCOM WRAIR <EDGAR.ROWTON at us.army.mil
> Hi Folks, The Walter Reed Army Institute of Research and the NIAID
> are looking into the possibility of setting up a repository for sand
> flies. The first issue is: Is there a need for such an asset in the
> research community and how many investigators would use it. If you
> foresee a need for sand flies in your future research plans or have
> comments about such a repository in general please reply. This
> information will be helpful in making a decision on whether or not
> to proceed.
> Edgar D. Rowton, Ph. D.
> Science Director
> Division of Entomology
> Walter Reed Army Institute of Research
> 503 Robert Grant Ave, Silver Spring, MD 20910
> Edgar.Rowton at us.army.mil
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> Carlos H. N. Costa, MD, DSc.
> Sociedade Brasileira de Medicina Tropical
> (Brazilian Society of Tropical Medicine)
> Universidade Federal do Piauí
> Instituto de Doenças Tropicais Natan Portella
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