UF hosts Tick-borne Disease Symposium

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UF develops first high-altitude device to help detect health threats from the sky

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Pig kidneys for transplantation could help thousands of patients with kidney failure

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Food safety is among top concerns for Floridians, UF/IFAS survey finds

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The Strategist – PHHP professor identifies ways to get vaccines to people most in need

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UF receives new grant to address zoonotic diseases in Mongolia

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Unexplained increase in tick-borne diseases in Florida puzzles experts

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UF researchers: Tail vaccinations in cats could save lives

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UF researchers featured on The FLORIDA Channel

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First preeminence funding to advance new research frontiers

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UF researchers report cats may be the key to human HIV vaccine

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EPI Researcher elected as Chair-Elect for the American Statistical Association’s Section on Statistics in Epidemiology

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Dr. Ziad A. Memish, Deputy Minister of Public Health, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia visits the Emerging Pathogens Institute

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International scientists at UF this week for epidemiology workshop

GAINESVILLE, Fla. — A workshop on virus evolution and molecular epidemiology is being held this week at the Hilton University of Florida Conference Center, hosted by UF’s Emerging Pathogens Institute. Read More


Fewer people getting ciguatera

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UF helping develop insecticide to target malaria-carrying mosquitoes

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EPI Researcher awarded the Florida Association for Food Protection’s award for Laboratorian of the Year

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UF Oyster Recovery Team issues findings: Drought and salinity major issues, not oil

GAINESVILLE, Fla. — There is no evidence that pollutants from the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill contributed to the “unprecedented” decline in recent Apalachicola Bay oyster populations, according to a report this week by the University of Florida. Read More


Alachua County getting closer to 70 percent flu vaccination rate for students

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Introduction to Phylogenetic Inference and RNA Secondary Structure Analysis Workshop

The NIGMS-­‐Sponsored Center for HIV RNA Studies (CRNA), and the Emerging Pathogens Institute are sponsoring a workshop called the Introduction to Phylogenetic Inference and RNA Secondary Structure Analysis. May 30–‐31, 2013 at the University of Florida, Gainesville Read More


The International Center, IFAS and EPI to host the Innovations for International Development Symposium

The International Center, IFAS International Programs, and the Emerging Pathogens Institute are pleased to be hosting the upcoming Innovations for International Development Symposium. Read More


EPI Members recognized by UF Clinical and Translational Science Institute

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Huge, aggressive mosquito may be abundant in Florida this summer, UF/IFAS expert warns

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Research suggests malaria can be defeated without a globally led eradication program

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Research Day allows Emerging Pathogens Institute to show the breadth of its work

The Emerging Pathogens Institute held its sixth annual Research Day on Feb. 14. Read More


Haiti can quell cholera without vaccinating most people, UF researchers estimate

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UF/IFAS expert helps solve 80-year mystery, as team identifies fungus killing Torreya trees

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