Henry L. Bolley Academic Achievement Award
John F. Anderson

B.S. 1957, Zoology
M.S. 1959, Entomology
Distinguished Scientist
Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station

John F. Anderson, B.S. 1957, Zoology and M.S. 1959, Entomology, is a distinguished scientist at the Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station in New Haven, Connecticut. Dr. Anderson has authored more than 280 scientific manuscripts in medical, veterinary, forest and general entomology.

For the past 25 years, he focused his research on emerging infectious diseases of humans and veterinary animals associated with mosquitoes and ticks. In 1999, he led the successful effort to isolate the exotic West Nile virus from mosquitoes and birds in the New World. Dr. Anderson has also worked as a lecturer and researcher at the prestigious Yale School of Medicine.

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