W. Keith Hartberg, Ph.D.
Dr. Keith Hartberg is professor of biology at
Baylor University. He received his Ph.D. in biology
(entomology/genetics) from the University
of Notre Dame in 1968. From 1968 to 1970
he served as entomologist/geneticist with the
World Health Organization at the East Africa
Aedes Research Unit in Tanzania and was a visiting lecturer on the medical faculty at University
College, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, from 1969 to
1970. In 1970, he accepted an academic appointment
at Georgia Southern College and in 1986
came to Baylor. Dr. Hartberg is the recipient of
a number of NSF and faculty research grants, is
the author or co-author of more than 40 journal
articles, and has presented numerous papers at
scientific meetings. His research interests include
mosquito genetics, cytogenetics, reproductive
biology, behavior, physiology, evolution, bionomics,
systematics, genetic control of insects,
vectorborne diseases and vector genetics.
viruses, immune response in transplant patients
and immunologic aspects of periodontal disease.
Dr. Hartberg's CV
To contact Dr. Hartberg, feel free to email him at Keith_Hartberg@baylor.edu.