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Rebeca Rosengaus

Rebeca Rosengaus

Associate Professor of Biology



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Social insects put the ‘I’ in team to fight disease

New research from asso­ciate pro­fessor Rebeca Rosen­gaus con­firms ant larvae have retained their indi­vidual immune sys­tems throughout evo­lu­tion, which she said could help explain why social insects are geo­graph­i­cally wide­spread and eco­log­i­cally dominant.


How to start a termite ‘orgy’

In new research, Rebeca Rosen­gaus, an asso­ciate pro­fessor in the depart­ment of marine and envi­ron­mental sci­ences, and her stu­dent Tamara Hartke turn an old theory of ter­mite behavior on its head.


3Qs: Why a mosquito is more than just a summertime pest

Rebeca Rosen­gaus, an asso­ciate pro­fessor of biology, says insects such as mos­qui­toes could transmit dis­eases to humans.

Rebeca Rosengaus

Ant colonies share disease resistance

Sur­prising research finding offers a window into immune responses in other species that exist in high-​​density environments

Critter control, au naturel

North­eastern asso­ciate pro­fessor Rebeca Rosen­gaus and col­leagues have dis­cov­ered an envi­ron­men­tally friendly way to combat pests

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