Gadi V.P. Reddy, Ph.D.
Professor and Head of Entomology/Insect Ecology
Dr. Gadi V.P. Reddy is a Professor and Head of Entomology/Insect Ecology Program Unit at Montana State University Western Triangle Ag Research Center. His research expertise include chemical ecology, biological control, pest monitoring and integrated pest management. His research has been focusing on management of field crop insect pests in Montana. Dr. Reddy also responsible for developing extension programs in Northwestern and Northcentral Montana. Previously he worked as Superintendent and Associate Professor of Entomology/Insect Ecology at MSU Western Triangle Ag Research Center in Conrad, Montana from June 2012 to December 2016. Dr. Reddy also previously worked for 10 years at the University of Guam, USA as a Research Scientist and Assistant/Associate Professor, and for 11 years as a visiting Scientist and Assistant/Associate Professor in the reputed universities/institutions of several countries (India, UK, Ethiopia under UNDP, Germany, Spain, Finland and Austria).
Overall, Dr. Reddy's primary responsibility is to develop a research and extension programs on biological and ecological processes affecting strategies to reduce crop losses inflicted by arthropod pests of small grains, pulse, oilseeds and forage production systems in Montana.
Editorial Board Member, Nature Scientific Reports, 2017-present.
Academic Editor, PLoS ONE, 2015-present.
Special Features Editor, Annals of the Entomological Society of America, 06/2017-present; Subject Editor, 01/2008-05/2017.
Co-Editor, Florida Entomologist, 07/2016-present; Associate Editor, 05/2005-06/2016.