Immunizing schoolkids fights flu in others, too

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Meet Dr. Michael Lauzardo

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EPI researcher’s paper selected as one of the “Best Papers of 2014”

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UF researchers grow norovirus in human cells

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Researchers resurrected virus from 700-year-old caribou feces

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Researchers suggest Ebola virus may be creating its own immunity

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Ebola 101: Outbreak and Response

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Meet Gregory Glass, Ph.D.

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Zambia fights to sustain its malaria success

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Relief organizations need to think long-term, UF research shows

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49th U.S.-Japan Joint Conference on Cholera and Other Bacterial Enteric Infections

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Antibiotic-resistant ‘nightmare germs’ found across Florida

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UF/IFAS finding could help farmers stop potato, tomato disease

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UF recruits 36 faculty in first round of preeminence hiring

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EPI Director talks cholera with Pacific Standard Magazine

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EPI sponsors inaugural UF Global Health Case Competition

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UF inaugurates new biosafety lab in Haiti

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UF/IFAS finds way to reduce E. coli in cows, improving food safety

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EPI Research Day 2014

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EPI Researcher featured in Journal of Wildlife Diseases: Jason Blackburn published in the April 2014 issue

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UF/IFAS study helps researchers better estimate citrus crop yields

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EPI director warns of a severe flu season

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Local health officials report spike in flu-related hospitalizations, deaths

GAINESVILLE, Fla. — The number of severe flu cases in North Central Florida has escalated in recent months, and UF Health Shands Hospital has had a striking increase in influenza-related hospitalizations, with more than 150 admissions and a dozen deaths since late October, UF Health and county public health officials reported today. Read More


UF/IFAS: ‘Perfect storm’ needed for salmonella to spread in post-harvest tomatoes

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