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Elizabeth Willott

I completed my Ph.D. in Biochemistry at the University of Arizona in 1989. After completing postdoctoral work at Yale, Duke, and Kansas State University, I returned to Arizona in 1996 as an assistant professor in the Center for Insect Science, a division of Arizona Research Laboratories. I am currently an assistant professor in the Department of Entomology and a program faculty member for the graduate Interdisciplinary Program in Insect Science. My current lab research emphasizes the role hemocytes play in the immune response of mosquitoes and caterpillars. I also have interests in mosquito ecology and environmental ethics.

Courses I teach or have taught include Environmental Ethics (Phil 323), Introductory Biology (Bio 181), Honors Introductory Biology (Bio 181H), and Insect Physiology. I co-edited Environmental Ethics: What Really Matters, What Really Works, Oxford Univ Press, © 2002.

Contact Info: Elizabeth Willott
Entomology Department
Forbes 115 (office) or Forbes 119 (lab)
P.O. Box 210036
Tucson, AZ 85721-0036

(520) 626-2088 Office
(520) 621-1150 Fax (Ento. Dept. fax, please put name on cover sheet)

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Last updated on December 22, 2003.