Elephant Tuberculosis – A view from the inside

Elephant Tuberculosis, A View From the Inside. Everything about elephants is big, from their size to their popularity in mainstream media. Add in a well-known human pathogen and you have […]

Caribou graze on the coastal plain of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, with the Brooks Range as a backdrop. (USFWS)

Advancing the One Health Approach in the Arctic Region

Climate change is transforming the Arctic at an extraordinary scale and pace. Because all life is intimately connected to its physical surroundings, even small changes in the environment will impact […]


Fall 2015 Avian influenza background and update

Early in the history of influenza science, it was recognized that influenza viruses have the potential of crossing species barriers. In the late 1920s, it was established that the “filterable […]

Amblyomma americanum adult female

Tacaribe Virus in Florida: An Example of Bottom-Up Discovery of Potential Human and Animal Pathogens

Tick-borne diseases (TBDs) are becoming increasingly recognized for their public health relevance, as ticks are surpassed only by mosquitoes as arthropod vectors of human and animal disease. Emerging tick-borne agents […]