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Entomologist Tom Mather | Meeting the Minds

He wants ticks to be taken more seriously

Dr. Thomas Mather is considered a leading authority on how to prevent tick bites. Dr. Thomas Mather is considered a leading authority on how to prevent tick bites. (JONATHAN WIGGS/GLOBE STAFF)
By Andrew Rimas
Globe Correspondent / June 4, 2007

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Blood-sucking insects weren't Tom Mather's earliest love. As an undergraduate in Pennsylvania's Muhlenberg College, he started his academic life as a history major. (Full article: 628 words)

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