Dr. Rosenheim is a professor of entomology at UC Davis.  He earned his undergraduate degree in entomology from UC Davis and a Ph.D. degree from UD Berkeley.  For more than 25 years Dr. Rosenheim has studied the ecology of parasitoid-host and predator-prey interactions, with direct applications to biological control in agricultural systems.  He has also studied life history evolution and strategies organisms use to cope with unpredictable environments.  He has received a long list of awards as a lecturer, professor, and scientist and will be using his talents at the AAIE conference to help understand how the ecology of insects and biological control organisms impacts resistance management.