Janine Razze

Janine Razze

Postdoctoral Associate



Janine is from Boonton Township, NJ. She received her Bachelorís degree in Environmental Science from the New College of Florida in 2008. She attended the University of Delaware and graduated in 2010 with a Masterís degree in Entomology. At the University of Delaware, she conducted research on the dispersal behavior of neonate European corn borer on transgenic corn. Janine is now a PhD candidate at the University of Florida working under the supervision of Dr. Oscar Liburd. Janineís interests are in conservation and sustainable practices within agricultural systems, and she is currently conducting research on regulating whitefly populations in zucchini squash by implementing several conservation practices including the use of natural enemies and cover crops.

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