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Ecology and Evolution of Infectious Diseases - News

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One Zika-carrying mosquito, Aedes albopictus, the Asian tiger mosquito, ranges farther north. National Science Foundation awards $1.7 million in rapid response grants to study Zika virus
Released May 11, 2016
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mongoose Tuberculosis in mongoose driven by social behaviors
Released May 10, 2016
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dusty sunset fills the horizon in the Florida Keys UGA study finds Saharan dust affects marine bacteria, potential pathogen Vibrio
Released May 9, 2016
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a cluster of greater horseshoe bats Bats in Asia found to have resistance to white-nose syndrome fungus
Released March 9, 2016
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Scientists working with samples in a lab Seeking Zika: Where and when will Zika-carrying mosquitoes strike next?
Released February 18, 2016
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earth and environment graphic Disease, warming oceans rock lobster and sea star populations
Released February 16, 2016
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An Aedes aegypti mosquito National Science Foundation issues call for Zika virus proposals
Released February 10, 2016
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image of black-tailed prairie dogs Plague-riddled prairie dogs a model for infectious disease spread
Released January 13, 2016
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an eastern water bat Bat disease fungus found to be widespread in northeast China
Released November 2, 2015
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a healthy sunflower star Student collaboration leads to first results describing sick sea star immune response
Released October 7, 2015
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chickens Some vaccines support evolution of more-virulent viruses
Released July 27, 2015
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two volunteers collect samples in the East Bay Citizen science helps predict spread of sudden oak death
Released May 1, 2015
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biology graphic Citizen science helps predict risk of emerging infectious disease
Released May 1, 2015
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a bat with white-nose syndrome Bacteria inhibit bat-killing fungus, could combat white-nose syndrome
Released April 8, 2015
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an African buffalo Deworming programs in animal, human populations may have unwanted impacts
Released January 8, 2015
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chimpanzees Parasites and the evolution of primate culture
Released December 3, 2014
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little brown bats affected by white-nose syndrome Study of deadly bat disease finds surprising seasonal pattern of infections
Released December 2, 2014
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Bethany Krebs (on ladder) assembling a flight cage Birds roosting in large groups less likely to contract West Nile virus
Released October 23, 2014
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a sea otter Slime-producing molecules help spread disease from cats to sea otters
Released October 7, 2014
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image of a squirrel Small, fast and crowded: Mammal traits amplify tick-borne illness
Released September 18, 2014
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biology graphic Hog workers carry drug-resistant bacteria even after they leave the farm
Released September 9, 2014
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image of a male lion Male Lions Use Ambush Hunting Strategy
Released March 18, 2013
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a pallid bat Insect-eating Bat Outperforms Nectar Specialist As Pollinator of Cactus Flowers
Released December 6, 2012
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News thumbnail Emerging Vector-borne Diseases Create New Public Health Challenges
Released November 30, 2012
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Doug Call WSU Researcher to Study Ecology of Antibiotic Resistance
Released November 1, 2012
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images of frogs Tackle Fungal Forces to Save Crops, Forests and Endangered Animals, Say Scientists
Released April 12, 2012
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Photo of a mountain lion taken by a motion-activated camera. Domestic Cats, and Wild Bobcats and Pumas, Living in Same Area Have Same Diseases
Released February 3, 2012
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image of an American robin West Nile Virus Transmission Linked to Land-use Patterns and 'Super-spreaders'
Released October 20, 2011
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image of white pox investigators Human Pathogen Killing Corals in the Florida Keys
Released August 17, 2011
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satellite image to show plant cover Monitoring Killer Mice From Space
Released February 14, 2011
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