Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences
Department of Preventive Medicine and Biometrics
4301 Jones Bridge Road
Bethesda, Maryland 20814-4799
Building E, Room 2011
Phone: (301) 295-3173
Colonel Richard Johnson is an Assistant Professor in the Medical Zoology section of the Division of Tropical Public Health. Colonel Johnson's military experience includes operational and research assignments in command and staff officer positions. He most recently served as the Director, Defense Pest Management and previously as Director, Research Operations, Armed Forces Pest Management Board. Colonel Johnson is Board Certified in Medical-Veterinary Entomology
Bartonella transmission by sand flies
Debboun M, Robert L, O'Brien L, Johnson R, Berte S. 2006. Vector Control and Pest Management. U.S. Army Medical Department Journal. 8-06-02: 31-39
Morrow MG, Johnson RN, Polanco J, Claborn DG. (2010) Failure of Interior Residual Sprays as Protection Against Mosquitoes in Military-Issued Two-Man Tents. Military Medicine. 175: 995-999.
Morrow M, Johnson RN, Claborn DG. 2010. Mosquito Vector Population Dynamics Immediately Before and After Tropical Storms Alma and Arthur in Northern Belize (2008). Pan American Journal of Public Health. 28: 19-24.
Johnson RN. 2009. Bugs in Battle and Peacetime: A short story of military entomology. Plenary Session II. Entomological Society of America Annual Meeting, Indianapolis, IN