Will a Warmer World be a Sicker World? Kevin Lafferty

Kevin Lafferty is an ecologist with the US Geological Survey.  He is also adjunct faculty at UC Santa Barbara where he helps run the ecological parasitology research group and mentors a half dozen PhD students. His research interests include how infectious diseases interact with food webs, conservation, marine ecology, human health, climate change, and biodiversity.

Kevin Lafferty is an ecologist with the US Geological Survey.  He is also adjunct faculty at UC Santa Barbara where he helps run the ecological parasitology research group and mentors a half dozen PhD students. His research interests include how infectious diseases interact with food webs, conservation, marine ecology, human health, climate change, and biodiversity. - See more at: http://climate.yale.edu/event/will-warmer-world-be-sicker-world#sthash.D…
Kevin Lafferty is an ecologist with the US Geological Survey.  He is also adjunct faculty at UC Santa Barbara where he helps run the ecological parasitology research group and mentors a half dozen PhD students. His research interests include how infectious diseases interact with food webs, conservation, marine ecology, human health, climate change, and biodiversity. - See more at: http://climate.yale.edu/event/will-warmer-world-be-sicker-world#sthash.D…
Kevin Lafferty is an ecologist with the US Geological Survey.  He is also adjunct faculty at UC Santa Barbara where he helps run the ecological parasitology research group and mentors a half dozen PhD students. His research interests include how infectious diseases interact with food webs, conservation, marine ecology, human health, climate change, and biodiversity. - See more at: http://climate.yale.edu/event/will-warmer-world-be-sicker-world#sthash.D…
March 13, 2014