Cameron Webb is a scientist who spends his summers sloshing about in the wetlands of Sydney seeking out mosquitoes and working out how best to beat their bites.
Why you should listen
Cameron Webb is an Associate Professor at the NSW Health Pathology, University of Sydney, working for over 25 years in the field of mosquito research and management. He provides advice to local, state and federal government agencies on how best to manage mosquitoes and their pest and public health risks. Webb has a keen interest in urban wetlands and balancing the needs of environmental and public health.