Spatial modeling helps identify anthrax risk to livestock in Kazakhstan

Researchers, Ian Kracalik and Jason Blackburn, from the Spatial Epidemiology & Ecology Research Laboratory (SEER Lab) and members of UF’s Emerging Pathogens Institute, have co-authored a paper in the Journal Geospatial Health on the spatial patterns of livestock anthrax in Kazakhstan. Read More


Five University of Florida professors named AAAS 2012 fellows

GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Five University of Florida professors have been named Fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, an honor bestowed upon AAAS members by their peers because of their distinguished efforts to advance science or its applications. Read More


Rare human parasite found in U.S. horse for the first time, University of Florida researchers report

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New study describes perils of delivering anti-malarial drugs through private sector

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Cellphone data helps researchers target likely spots for malaria control

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The Best Way to Fight Flu: Inoculate Children

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Analysis of bacterial genes may help ID cause of dog brain disease, say UF researchers

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UF forms task force to address Apalachicola Bay oyster fishery collapse

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Swine flu present in many ‘healthy’ farm-show pigs, UF researchers report

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CTSI programs fostering excellence across colleges

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EPI member uses analytical modeling to help prevent the spread of disease

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M.P.H. internships lay groundwork for new cholera study in Haiti

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UF veterinary researchers discover new virus linked to death of Australian snakes

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UF/IFAS creates math-based model to show how citrus greening spreads within tree

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Modified bacteria help to reduce inflammation, UF finds

Mansour Mohamadzadeh, an EPI faculty member and professor in the College of Veterinary Medicine, worked alongside a team of researchers to create a mutant bacteria to fend off inflammation that could lead to other ailments. The article below written by Cindy Swirko and posted on The Gainesville Sun website describes UF’s research and what comes next. Read More


UF researchers develop “nanorobot” that can be programmed to target different diseases

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UF/IFAS research aids FDA decision to allow laser-light labeling of citrus

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Dr. Jianrong Li speaks about the future of human norovirus vaccines

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Mutant gut bacteria reverse colon cancer in lab models, UF researchers find

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Tiny tool can play big role against tuberculosis, UF researcher finds

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Taking the path less traveled

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UF professor wins national award for flu vaccination efforts

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Researchers use game to change how scientists study disease outbreaks

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Research Day 2012

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$5 million gift from Miami couple to boost gene therapy research at the University of Florida

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EPI Seed Funding and Resubmission Support – Call for Proposals

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