Insecticide Toxicology

People who use pesticides regularly should understand there may be potential health effects of the products they use. This area of research studies how pesticide exposure may cause acute or chronic toxicity. The four routes of exposure are through skin, eyes, mouth and skin.

Natalie Johnston

MS Graduate Student

Integrated Pest Management, Toxicology, Beneficial Insect Protection
UNL Dept. of Entomology
1700 East Campus Mall
220 Entomology Hall
Lincoln, NE 68583-0816
Sofiya Arora

Sofiya Arora

MS Graduate Student

Plant virus-vector interactions, Molecular Biology, Biotechnology
UNL Entomology Department
208 Entomology Hall
1700 East Campus Mall
Lincoln, NE 68588-0816
Nikhitha Gangavarapu

Nikhitha Gangavarapu

Ph.D. Graduate Student

Plant virus-vector interactions, Molecular Biology, Biotechnology
UNL Entomology Department
208 Entomology Hall
1700 East Campus Mall
Lincoln, NE 68583-0816
Dr. Mritunjoy Barman

Dr. Mritunjoy Barman

Post-Doctoral Research Associate

Arthropod vector of plant viruses
UNL Entomology Department
305A ENTO Hall
1700 East Campus Mall
Lincoln, NE 68583-0816
Heather Hernandez

Heather Hernandez

Ph.D. Graduate Research Assistant

220 ENTO Hall
1700 East Campus Mall
Lincoln, NE 68583-0816
Dr. Suresh Varsani

Dr. Suresh Varsani

Post Doctoral Research Associate

Plant-Insect Interactions
109A ENTO Hall
1700 East Campus Mall
Lincoln, NE 68583-0816
Dr. Leslie Rault

Dr. Leslie Rault

Research Assistant Professor

Arthropod Vector Physiology
312F Entomology
1700 East Campus Mall
Lincoln, NE 68583-0816
Xi Xian Ng

Xi Xian Ng

Ph.D. Graduate Research Assistant

220 Entomology Hall
1700 East Campus Mall
Lincoln, NE 68583-0816
Dr. Troy Anderson

Dr. Troy Anderson

Professor

Insect Physiology
109D Entomology Hall
Department of Entomology
Lincoln, NE 68583-0816