Associate Professor and University Research Scholar,
Director of Lyme Disease Program,
Department of Biology and Environmental Science,
University of New Haven.
1211 Campbell Ave,
Charger Plaza LL16,
West Haven CT 06516,
Lyme Disease, Pathogenic Biofilm, Antibiotics Resistance, Different Morphology of Borrelia burgdorferi.
- Dr. Sapi received her Ph.D. degree in Genetics from the University of Eotvos Lorand (Budapest Hungary).
- She is an Associate Professor at the University of New Haven where she teaches graduate biology courses and carries out research with her graduate students.
- In the last several years UNH Lyme disease research group, has identified an alarming increase in the co-infection rate in deer ticks, including discovery of novel co-infections such microfilarial nematode species.
- In 2012, Eva Sapi, Ph.D. along with her collaborating group of graduate level students joined the team of research scientists working on DNA testing on Morgellons Disease specimens.