Louie Krol is a PhD candidate at the CML and NCOH focussing on prediction of tipping points of mosquito populations and mosquito-transmitted disease risk in a changing world.
Louie studied evolutionary and molecular Biology in Leiden.
For an overview of the publications of Louie's work before CML, please follow this link.
Louie's main research focus is on the prediction of tipping points of mosquito populations and mosquito-transmitted disease risk in a changing world. For this, he is collaborating in a large and diverse research team with the Netherlands Center for One Health. He aims to understand and predict the complex and dynamic interaction among the host-vector-pathogen axis in different environmental settings.
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