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Entomological Society of America announces 2013 fellows
Date:7/31/2013

cticide mode of action and insecticide and acaricide resistance mechanisms and management. Nauen was born in Leverkusen, Germany, 31 December 1964, and in 1981 he joined Bayer where he completed an educational program as certified laboratory assistant in biology in 1984. While working as a research assistant in the Plant Protection Division, he became interested in insect toxicology and started to study chemistry at the Polytechnical College in Cologne, where he received a national diploma in chemistry in 1992. Afterwards he studied biology at the School of Biological Sciences at the University of Portsmouth, UK and received a Ph.D. for his work on insecticide pharmacokinetics. He then became a research scientist at BCS, working on insect toxicology and all aspects of insecticide resistance and its spread, mechanisms, and management. In 2009 Dr. Nauen was elected as a BCS Research Fellow. He is also a lecturer (equivalent to an adjunct professor) at the University of Hannover and has been the major supervisor for more than 30 Ph.D. and M.S. students in his laboratory.

His early research centered on neonicotinoid insecticides, investigating the antifeedant properties of imidacloprid and, more importantly, reporting on the first issues of neonicotinoid resistance in whiteflies and the molecular mechanisms of resistance. Dr. Nauen's work on neonicotinoids and nicotinic acetylcholine receptors resulted in several highly cited book chapters and reviews. In addition to his extensive publication record (140 peer-reviewed papers, including 14 book chapters cited more than 3,350 times), Dr. Nauen also has 26 patents/patent applications that cover a wide range of novel insect control agents, genetic methods for insecticide discovery, and new chemistries. At BCS he contributed to the discovery, characterization, and development of novel insect control products such as neonicotinoids, cyclic ketoenols (e.g. spirotetramat), flubendiamide, and most recently the new buten
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