Bobby Corrigan has been active in the science of urban pest management for over 25 years. He serves a consultant who specializes in pest management programs for cities, mega-shopping malls, and other large entities on a n international scale. He has consulted on, and designed programs for Rodent IPM for School Programs throughout the US for over 20 years.
Bobby ran a pest control route in NYC for three years full time doing while saving money for college. After graduate school, Bobby become a member of the Purdue University Entomology Department for 16 years as a teacher and researcher.
Bobby has appeared in Time Magazine; the New Yorker Magazine; The Guardian, the CBS Sunday Monday Show; he has blogged about city rats for the New York Times, continues to interview for NPR, WNYC and PBS and has made multiple appearances for the Discovery Channel. In 2016, he appeared in the mainstream Hollywood movie: Rats (Netflix). Bobby's work appeared in the April 2019 issue of the National Geographic Magazine highlighting city rats as public health pests.
Bobby holds an A.A.S degree in pest control (SUNY); a B.S (urban pest control) from Purdue University, and his Masters and Ph.D. degrees in city rodent control also from Purdue.