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About E-SOVE



The European Society for Vector Ecology (E-SOVE) is a European branch of the American Society SOVE www.sove.org a nonprofit organization founded in California in 1968.

The aim of the E-SOVE is to share knowledge and create a large network among scientists on thematics concerning the ecology and control of arthropods of medical and veterinary importance.

E-SOVE was created in 1986 (Hamburg, Germany) during the International Congress of Entomology among the existing SOVE members Dr. Mir Mulla (University of California at Riverside), Dr. Michael Service (Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine) and Prof. Norbert Becker (Director of the German Mosquito Control Association - KABS).

The first regional meeting took place in Montpellier (France) in September of the same year with Dr. Michael Service as the first European Regional Director (European SOVE-President).

The E-SOVE is organized by the Euro-SOVE President who is elected every other year, Secretary Treasurer Dr. Major Dhillon, Northwest Mosquito and Vector Control District – Corona, CA and an Advisory Board which is formed by 15 world-renowned scientists with large expertise in medical and veterinary entomology. Click here to view the Advisory Board

The current E-SOVE President is Dr. Eva Veronesi (Institute of Parasitology, National Centre for Vector Entomology – University of Zurich, CH). Click here to view Dr. Veronesi's linkedin biography page

Among the main tasks of the E-SOVE are the biennial conferences in Europe. The Society publishes the Journal of Vector Ecology biannually containing research and operational papers covering various topics in vector ecology, biology, genomics and control. SOVE also publishes a newsletter every quarter which is available online to all the SOVE members.

As a SOVE member, you pay a regular registration fee at the conference.
To become a SOVE member, click here