Bioinformatics: ND's Collins parlays mosquito work into new NIAID center | GenomeWeb

Frank Collins has been studying the mosquito Anopheles gambiae for nearly 25 years, ever since he stumbled across an unused colony of the insects in the corner of the NIH lab he did his postdoc in. When genomics began to touch the world of the mosquito, Collins, now director of the Center for Tropical Disease Research and Training at the University of Notre Dame, jumped right in.

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