The LSU entomology department is a leader in combining applied and basic research to answer problems in entomology. These techniques not only help stakeholders throughout the country, but help provide valuable information in resistance management. The LSU Department of entomology is applying cutting edge techniques in the areas of basic and applied entomological research. This involves the use of new and advanced technology, including -omics based research. Our graduate students not only win awards at national competitions, but are successful in their career pursuits due to their experience in applied systems.



ENTM 4006 - Fundamentals of Applied Entomology

ENTM 4012 - Fundamentals of Horticultural Entomology

ENTM 4015 - Conservation Biology (cross listed w PLHL)

ENTM 4018 - Forest Insects and Diseases

ENTM 7001 - General Entomology

ENTM 7002 - Plant Resistance to Arthropods

ENTM 7006 - Advanced IPM

ENTM 7008 - Special Topics in Entomology

ENTM 7015 - Insect Pathology and Biological Control




Julien Beuzelin - Field crops IPM

Jeff Davis - Insect vectors of plant pathogens

Rodrigo Diaz - Invasive species ecology and biological control

Lane Foil - Veterinary entomology

Kristen Healy - Public Health entomology

Gregg Henderson - Urban Entomology

Fangneng Huang - Grain crop pest IPM

Seth Johnson (Emeritus) - Biological Control

David Kerns - Row crop IPM

Rogers Leonard - Cotton IPM

James Ottea - Insecticide toxicology
Gene Reagan - Sugarcane IPM

Michael Stout - Host-plant resistance, Forage crop IPM