Ph.D. Candidate Bekah McMinn was featured in a recent video from CSU’s Office of the Vice President for Research.
In the video, she discusses her work on xenosurveillance in Guatemala and its implications for global disease surveillance. “Being able to sample blood from humans and animals in mosquitoes is a huge sample source that we can utilize for a number of different things… the number of applications is kind of limitless.”
With a shout-out to Dr. Anna Fagre and our partners in the Kading laboratory!