Gadi V.P. Reddy

Dr. Reddy is a Research Leader for the USDA-ARS Southern Insect Management Research Unit (SIMRU), Stoneville, MS. He formerly worked as a full Professor and Head of the Entomology/Ecology Unit and Associate Professor of Entomology/Ecology, and as a Superintendent at the Montana State University from 2012-2019. Between 2002-2012, he worked as Assistant and Associate professor (Chemical Ecology) at the University of Guam. Overall, Dr. Reddy has about 30 years of teaching, research, extension and administrative experiences. Dr. Reddy has high level of research expertise in a variety of pest management programs including biological control, chemical ecology, pest monitoring, and plant-insect interactions. His research achievements, which include 250 publications in international journals and book chapters and a patent are a testimony to his high caliber research, productivity, and expertise. He has an international reputation for work performed in England, India, Ethiopia/UNDP, Germany, Spain, Finland, Austria and US. He also completed the Leadership for the 21st Century Program (USDA-NIFA program) at the University of Georgia Fanning Institute (class of X, 2014-2015). He was a recipient of several awards including the President’s Volunteer Service Award by The Corporation for National and Community Service, Washington DC, and Fellow of the Royal Entomological Society of London.

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