Dr. Robert A. Jordan is a wildlife biologist studying the ecology and control of tick-borne disease vectors at the Freehold Area Health Department. Since completing a master degree at West Virginia University and a doctoral degree at Rutgers University, he has worked in both the private sector and for various non-profit groups as a research scientist, educator, and land manager. Dr. Jordan has been engaged in research on tick vectors since 1987.
Dr. Terry L. Schulze
Dr. Terry L. Schulze is a medical entomologist whose principal research emphasis since 1978 has been the ecology, behavior, and control of medically important ticks. After earning master's and doctoral degrees from Rutgers University, he worked as an Assistant Extension Specialist at the New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station before accepting a position as a Research Scientist with the New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services. Dr. Schulze recently retired after 33 years of State service and is now a private consultant to the Freehold Health Department.