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Eugene P. Brantly

Director for New Business, Water and Environment for Development

Gene Brantly is a senior environmental scientist with 30 years' experience managing environmental health programs for the U.S. Agency for International Development and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Mr. Brantly has worked in Africa, Asia, and the U.S. on many environmental health problems including water and sanitation, malaria prevention, disease vector control, environmental monitoring, comparative risk assessment, toxic substance control, environmental impact assessment, disease surveillance, and quality assurance. He currently oversees business development and project management related to water, sanitation, and the environment. He served as project director for the Indoor Residual Spraying Indefinite Quantity Contract and the Integrated Vector Management Task Order, which provided technical assistance to malaria control programs worldwide. Mr. Brantly has served on the World Health Organization Expert Panel on Malaria Vector Control and received the RTI President's Award in 2007.

Education

JD, George Washington University; MS, Biology, University of Rochester; BS, Zoology, North Carolina State University.

Latest Publications

Shililu, J., Ghebremeskel, T., Seulu, F., Mengistu, S., Fekadu, H., Zerom, M., Ghebregziabiher, A., Sintasath, D., Bretas, G., Mbogo, C., Githure, J., Brantly, E., et al. (2003). Larval Habitat Diversity and Ecology of Anopheline Larvae in Eritrea. Journal of Medical Entomology, 40 (6):921-929.
Shililu, J.I., Tewolde, G.M., Brantly, E., Githure, J.I., Mbogo, C.M., Beier, J.C., et al. (2003). Efficacy of Bacillus thuringiensis israelensis, Bacillus sphaericus and temephos for managing Anopheles larvae in Eritrea. Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association, 19 (3):251-258.
Brantly Jr, E.P. (1998). Enviromental Changes and Health Effects from Water Resource Development in the Senegal River Basin. In World Resources 1998-99 . Washington, DC: World Resources Institute.
Brantly, E.P., & Ramsey, K.E. (1998). Regional profile: Damming the Senegal River. In World Resources 1998-99: A Guide to the Global Environment, Environmental Change and Human Health . Washington, DC: World Resources Institute.
Brantly, E.P. (1991). Superfund cost recovery: May the government recover all costs incurred under responsible contracts?. George Washington Law Review, 59 (4):968-999.
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