Satellite imagery helps researchers track, potentially control, disease

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UF veterinarians hope new gene chip will help detect, treat West Nile virus in horses and humans

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Under lab conditions, Salmonella can reach tomato fruits through leaves, UF study shows

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Report identifies riskiest combinations of foods and disease-causing microorganisms

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Governments must plan for migration in response to climate change, researchers say

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UF researchers receive $2.7 million to study hazardous alcohol use in women with HIV

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Spawn of Medieval “Black Death” Bug Still Roam the Earth

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Conference explores future of pathogen research, scientific careers

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Spanish-language series offers new educational tool for TB awareness

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Scientists call residents of St. Thomas to gather information about fish poisoning

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Researchers map the global spread of drug-resistant influenza

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9/11: Scholars examine preparedness for the next generation of terrorist attacks

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Mobile phone data help track populations during disasters

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Mosquito threat emerges as season peaks, UF researchers report

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Study of HIV increase in Pakistan could benefit other research

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Geographic analysis offers new insight into coral disease spread

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Fulbright scholars from Iraq explore research connections with Institute

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Genetic analysis of costly cattle disease may aid in vaccine development

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UF-led team awarded more than $6.5 million for oil spill projects

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UF researchers find bacterial imbalances linked to deadly disease that strikes infants

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UF researchers suggest cholera vaccination strategies for Zimbabwe

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UF scientists devise new way to analyze epidemics

This news release was issued by the University of Florida News Bureau on May 24, 2011. The release highlights the work of EPI postdoctoral associates Mattia Prosperi and Rebecca Gray. Read More


The Art of Science

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Keeping America’s Food Supply Safe

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Report identifies Top 10 pathogen-food combinations that cause illness [descargar reporte de prensa en español]

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Alachua County wins national award for flu immunization

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Media Advisory: Florida agriculture commissioner to visit Institute

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New UF-created technique may help quell cholera outbreak

This news release was issued by the University of Florida News Bureau on March 30, 2011. Judy Johnson and Afsar Ali are researchers supported by EPI. Read More


Media Advisory: State, national health officials to focus on dangerous freshwater parasite

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UF researchers suspect bacterial changes in mouth promote oral disease in people with HIV

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Scientist receives continued Gates foundation funding for diarrheal diseases

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VIDEO LINK: EPI Research Day Seminars

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Psychological effects of BP oil spill go beyond residents of impacted shorelines

This news release was issued by the University of Florida News Bureau on February 17, 2011. The release hightlights the human health work of Dr. Glenn Morris, director of the Emerging Pathogens Institute. Many of the faculty affiliated with the institute engage in medical research outside the field of pathogens. This press release highlights one such study. Read More


Media Advisory: Emerging Pathogens Institute Research Day 2011

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UF-USF hope to spur drug development to combat mosquito-borne diseases by joining Florida universities, private industry

The following release was issued on Tuesday, Feb. 8, 2011 by the University of South Florida Health Public Affairs. Read More


EPI RESEARCH DAY: OPEN CALL FOR POSTERS, PATHOGEN-RELATED RESEARCH

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Faculty to discuss challenges in helping Haiti

Andrew Kane and Bernard Okech are EPI-affiliate faculty. Read More


Global Health Update: the Zimbabwe and Haiti cholera epidemics

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Fungal Diseases: a lecture about this emerging challenge to human, animal and plant health

Dr. Ariena van Bruggen will present a seminar and workshop overview to be held on January 18, at 4 p.m., in the University of Florida department of plant pathology, 2318 Fifield Hall. Read More