EPI was created in 2006 to facilitate interdisciplinary studies of emergence and control of human, animal and plant pathogens of concern to the world.
EPI collaborates with over 250 faculty members from around the world annually.
UF medical geographer Sadie Ryan contributes to a global consortium's effort to determine whether city-dwelling or wild mammals carry more viruses capable of making people illRead more
UF mathematician Burton Singer contributed to a conceptual framework that can link physiological factors related to stress with negative health outcomes following natural disastersRead more
The faculty and affiliate members of the Emerging Pathogens Institute are heavily involved in scientific research and communicate their findings in some of the world's most prestigious journals. Find the current year's publications, and past year's archives, here.Read more