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Entomological Society of America names 2011 fellows
Date:7/6/2011

insect species (medfly) and discovered what has been termed by demographers as "Carey's Equality"a unique property of the life table that connects it to a stationary population. His research on the invasion status of the medfly in California has generated much-needed discussion within the entomological community about definitions of eradication, the concept of subdetectable levels of invasive pests, and the need for a paradigm shift in invasion biology of economically and medically important arthropod pests. Dr. Carey is a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the Gerontological Society of America, and the California Academy of Sciences. He chaired the system-wide University of California Committee on Research Policy, served on the system-wide UC Academic Council, and was vice chair of the UC Davis Department of Entomology. In addition, he serves as the associate editor of three journals: Genus, Aging Cell, and Demographic Research.

Dr. Angela E. Douglas is the Daljit S. and Elaine Sarkaria Professor of Insect Physiology and Toxicology at Cornell University. She received a B.A. in zoology from Oxford University in 1978, and a Ph.D. from Aberdeen University. Angela was awarded a ten-year Royal Society Research Fellowship, during which she developed a research program on insect nutritional physiology of phloem-feeding insects. Her fellowship research included the first direct physiological evidence that symbiotic bacteria provide aphids with essential amino acids, nutrients in short supply in the aphid diet of plant phloem sap. Following the fellowship, Angela was a faculty member at the University of York (UK) where she was promoted to a Personal Professorial Chair, and she took up her current position at Cornell University in 2008. Insect nutrition is central to her research, focusing especially on sugar and amino acid nutrition; and she has applied this research to investigate applied problems, including th
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