Dr. Magalhaes teaches two courses within the Department of Entomology:
ENTO 210 Global Public Health Entomology
Impacts of insects and insect-borne diseases on public health and well-being around the globe; insect biology, bloodfeeding, and transmission of human diseases; role of insect borne diseases on human history, socio-economic development, and public health infrastructure.
The course is next taught in Fall 2024.
ENTO 635 Vector-Borne Disease Management and Response In Human and Animal Systems
Integration of arthropod vector biology and surveillance with response and management of vector-borne disease outbreaks; complex interactions of diverse authorities in vector-borne disease management and response; participation in designing, operating and assessing outbreak response and management plans; capstone experience in the Vector Biology and Vector-Borne Disease Response certificate.
The course is next taught in Spring 2024.