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  Entomology Branch


The WRAIR Entomology Branch conducts basic and applied research, field testing, and product development activities to reduce the risk of vector-borne diseases to DoD personnel and to support global health.
The WRAIR mission includes many research programs aimed at developing tools and measures for Force Health Protection against vector-borne diseases. Among these diseases, malaria and leishmaniasis, transmitted by mosquitoes and sand flies respectively, are currently the two most significant vector-borne diseases affecting US military personnel throughout the world.

              Conducting Research and Developing Products
              to Reduce Risk of Vector-Borne Diseases World-Wide.

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Last Modified Date: 09-September-2016

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