Andrea Gloria-Soria is an Associate Research Scientist interested in the ecological and evolutionary consequences of genetic diversity. Andrea is working on Aedes aegypti population genetics to understand historical movements, as well as recent invasions. She collaborates with the Caccone Lab performing population genomics of the tsetse fly Glossina fuscipes. Recently, she started a new project to study GxGxE interactions between Aedes aegypti, Dengue virus (DENV2), and temperature to understand the role that insect vector adaptation plays in disease transmission. She combines molecular biology, genetics, genomics, and evolutionary biology to address these questions.