Brian Nault

Brian A. Nault, Professor

Cornell University | NYSAES | Department of Entomology
525 Barton Lab | 630 W. North Street | Geneva, NY 14456

315-787-2354 (office) | 315-521-6315 (cell) | 315-787-2326 (fax) | ban6@cornell.edu

About the Principal Investigator

Brian’s interests in entomology go back as far as he can remember. As the son of retired Ohio State entomologist and professor, Lowell (Skip) Nault, and middle school science teacher, Loretta Nault, he had plenty of support to pursue a career in entomology and academia. Brian received B.S. degrees in Entomology from The Ohio State University in 1988, University of Georgia in 1990 and North Carolina State University in 1994. During his PhD, he realized that his passion was studying insect ecology and pest management and helping growers control pests on their farms. After a brief stint as an Assistant Professor at Virginia Tech’s Eastern Shore Agricultural Research and Extension Center, he took a similar research and extension position at Cornell University’s New York Agricultural Experiment Station where he is a Professor.

More about the PI

Education

Ph.D Entomology North Carolina State University
M.S. Entomology University of Georgia
B.S. Entomology The Ohio State University

Division of Effort

Research – 60% | Extension – 35% | Teaching – 5%

Curriculum Vitae [PDF]

Publications [link]

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