Dr. Josephine Clark-Curtiss, whose career spanned half a century, worked tirelessly to help mitigate the spread of dangerous infectious diseases. After a valiant personal battle against ovarian cancer, she passed away on Nov. 6, 2023.
UF EPI member studies how the genetic makeup of a tuberculosis bacterial population changes during transmission.
UF Emerging Pathogens Institute forms a multi-disciplinary research team to resolve unanswered questions about leprosy transmission and risk.
Medical experts provide insight to unusual, new cases of leprosy in Florida amid an uptick in the rate of infection. Leprosy is also known as Hansen's disease.
UF expert answers important questions about leprosy and the impact of leprosy in Florida.
Two UF EPI infectious disease experts are part of a new CDC-funded outbreak analytics and disease modeling network
UF scientists keep communication channels open with deer farmers amid the detection of chronic wasting disease in Florida.
New research reveals that intense COVID-19 viral exposure may diminish the shielding effects of vaccination and previous infection, resulting in “leaky” protection.
The Aquatic Pathobiology Laboratory, operated by the Emerging Pathogens Institute at the University of Florida, offers investigators lab space to research infectious diseases affecting fresh- and saltwater organisms.
A University of Florida research team is playing its part to stop the global HIV epidemic, applying the power of artificial intelligence to medical records.