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  • Krisztian Magori, Ph.D.
    Krisztian Magori, Ph.D.
    Assistant Professor
    Science 266
    Phone: 509.359.2868


    Eastern Since:

    "Ecology of ticks and mosquitoes and other things that can make us sick."

    Undergraduate Degree:
    Eotvos University, Budapest, Hungary

    Graduate Degree(s):
    Eotvos University, Budapest, Hungary 1999, M.S. Ecology & Evolution
    Eotvos University, Budapest, Hungary, 2004, Ph.D. Biological Physics

    Post Doctoral Work:
    North Carolina State University, 2004-06

    University of Georgia, 2008-2012

    Auburn University, 2012-2014


    Courses Taught:
    Data Analysis for Biologists (BIOL380), Biological Investigation (BIOL270), Senior Capstone in Disease Ecology (BIOL490), Advanced Biostatistics (BIOL511)

    Research Areas:
    I'm a disease ecologist, interested in the ecological relationships between hosts, pathogens, and vectors that transmit them, as well as with their abiotic and biotic environment. I'm particularly focused on vector-borne diseases, such as those transmitted by ticks and mosquitoes. Information about current and future research projects is provided on my webpage (

    I am actively recruiting undergraduate and graduate students to participate in on-going research and design independent projects. Please contact me if you are interested in participating in lab, computer or field-based research.


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