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Dave D Chadee

Dave D Chadee

Professor & Adjunct Associate Professor
University of West Indies
Tulane University
USA

Biography

Dave D. Chadee is a Professor in Parasitology in the Department of Life Sciences, UWI, St. Augustine. Previously he was the Entomologist at Insect Vector Control Division, Ministry of Health, Trinidad and Tobago; Director of the Trinidad Public Health Laboratory; and Deputy Director of Laboratory Services, Ministry of Health, Trinidad and Tobago. He is currently an Adjunct Associate Professor at the Department of Tropical Medicine, School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine, Tulane University, New Orleans, USA and an Adjunct Professor in the Department of Epidemiology and Public Health, University of Miami, Florida, USA. He was the recipient of two fellowships, the Wellcome Trust Scholar (1985-1987) and Gorgas Memorial Institute Fellow (1998-1999) and was awarded a Doctor of Science degree in 1999 by University of Dundee in recognition of his research. His breakthrough research includes the development of the Xenomonitoring/PCR approach to Lymphatic filariasis, a new assay method for detecting mosquito preferences, the pupal index for dengue epidemiology and control, detected and eradicated two malaria outbreaks in Trinidad and the paper published in Science entitled, Genetics: a breakthrough for global public health. He has published over 180 papers and book chapters and has numerous collaborations in the USA and the UK.

Research Interest

Dave D Chadee breakthrough research includes the development of the Xenomonitoring/PCR approach to Lymphatic filariasis, a new assay method for detecting mosquito preferences, the pupal index for dengue epidemiology and control, detected and eradicated two malaria outbreaks in Trinidad