Nancy Margaret Endersby-Harshman

Research fellow, University of Melbourne

Nancy Endersby-Harshman conducts research on the dengue vector, Aedes aegypti, with a focus on insecticide resistance, Wolbachia pipientis, population genetics and molecular ecology. Nancy is a member of the Pest and Environmental Adaptation Research Group in the Hoffmann Laboratory at the University of Melbourne and manages a Molecular laboratory and an Arboviral Research Insectary, a certified Biosecurity Invertebrate Containment Facility, as an approved arrangement with the Department of Agriculture and Water Resources.

Education: La Trobe University, BSc (Hons) (Biological Sciences); Monash University, PhD (Biological Sciences)

Experience

  • 2007–2017
    Research Fellow, The University of Melbourne