Michelle S. Guerrero
University Researcher II
Molecular Biology, Insect Pathology
Michelle S. Guerrero is a graduate of BS Agriculture (Entomology) and MS Entomology (Insect Molecular Biology) at UPLB. She became a research associate dealing with DNA Barcoding and genetic diversity analysis at UPLB in 2014. She joined NCPC in 2016. Within her years at NCPC, she obtained study and project leadership with researches focusing on molecular entomology and insect pathology. Her researches on molecular entomology includes DNA Barcoding, molecular diagnostics and genetic diversity analysis. She also conducted researches in insect pathology dealing with nucleopolyhedrovirus (NPV) and entomopathogenic fungi (EPF) for pest management. She received numerous international trainings including Integrated Pest Manegent (IPM) and Climate Change in Agriculture. She previously head the molecular entomology laboratory at NCPC. Currently, Ms. Guerrero is pursuing a PhD degree with a PhD research focusing on entomopathogenic fungi (EPF) at Massey University, New Zealand.