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LA Audubon speaker series - The Past, Present, and Future of West Nile Virus and it’s Effect on Communities in North America

All are welcome to join us at this special presentation.

April 10, 2019, 7:30 pm to 8:30 pm

Baldwin Hills Scenic Overlook, 6300 Hetzler Rd, Culver City, CA

(free parking in upper lot adjacent to visitor center, meet in theater room.)

The Past, Present, and Future of West Nile Virus and it’s Effect on Communities in North America

Ryan Harrigan is an Assistant Adjunct Professor at the Center for Tropical Research at UCLA, where his research focuses on the environmental conditions that lead to increased disease occurrence at local, regional, and global scales. Dr. Harrigan will introduce his work on the persistent West Nile virus outbreaks that affect both avian and human communities alike, and discuss how past and present outbreaks can help inform mitigation strategies in the future.


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