Dr. Vladimir Gouli is a renowned scientist in the field of invertebrate pathology and biological plant protection, a former Head of the Department of Microbial Pest Control at the All-Union Research Institute of Biological Plant Protection, USSR, and currently a Professor in the Plant and Soil Science Department at the University of Vermont. Dr. Gouli has authored or co-authored more than 250 publications in English, Russian, 13 books in Russian, Ukrainian, Japanese, Chinese, Romanian, English, and holds 16 patents in Russia, one patent and two provisional patents in the United States. Dr. Svetlana Gouli is an Entomologist, Insect Pathologist, and Research Associate in the Entomology Research Laboratory at the University of Vermont. She has more than 30 years' experience in insect pathology and biological control of insect pests, with more than 100 scientific publications, including two books, in the field. For the past decade she has trained graduate students and international specialists in the basic principles of mycology and microbiology, with special attention to mass-production of entomopathogenic fungi. Dr. Jose Marcelino is a Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of the Azores, with a PhD in insect pathology and genetics. He has researched and worked on the epizootiology of important pests of Northeastern USA, as well as genetic profiling of mycopathogens and insect pests, with nearly 20 publications in the field. His fields of research include macroecology, entomology, insect and plant pathology, conservation, and phylogenetics.
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