Bubonic plague is considered by many as a disease from the past, a dark age scourge which took millions of lives during major pandemics. Although devastating… Read more »
Dr. Adelaide Miarinjara is a medical entomologist, postdoctoral fellow at Emory University, USA. Her research focuses on fleas transmitting Yersinia pestis, the plague disease bacterium. She worked on vector control, insecticide resistance, vector- pathogen interaction and the ecology of fleas.
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- Chasing after the human flea, a controversial bubonic plague vector - 23rd July 2021