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SEER Lab has extensive experience in designing spatial sampling schemes, outbreak and traceback studies for wildlife and livestock, and spatial modeling experimental design. We have extensive experience linking phylogenetic and spatio-temporal datasets to understand transmission pathways and assist with surveillance priorities for a number of pathogens. We can help. If you need assistance with Bacillus anthracis related outbreaks, or other zoonoses, Contact Us.

 

Need diagnostic support or Bacillus anthracis genotyping or sequencing assistance? Contact us. We have a fully functional diagnostic lab for wildlife and livestock samples and a BSL-3 laboratory for safe and approved long-term storage. We also have access to high throughput and next generation sequencing resources to assist with phylogenetic and phylogeographic studies on Bacillus anthracis. 

 

 

SEER Lab-Geography (GIS Facility)   SEER Lab-EPI (BSL Facility)
3310 Turlington Hall

Department of Geography

University of Florida

Gainesville, FL 32610

352-294-2737

  Emerging Pathogens Institute

2055 Mowry Road

University of Florida

Gainesville, FL 32610

352-273-7526

For shipping diagnostic samples:   Mailing address for post:
Dr. Jason Blackburn or Dr. Mohammed Rashid

Emerging Pathogens Institute

2055 Mowry Road

University of Florida

Gainesville, FL 32610

352-273-7526

  Dr. Jason Blackburn

Spatial Epidemiology & Ecology Research Lab

Department of Geography

3141 Turlington Hall

University of Florida

Gainesville, FL 32611

352-294-7501