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Ecology and Evolution of Infectious Diseases - News

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image of a male lion Male Lions Use Ambush Hunting Strategy
Released March 18, 2013
News From the Field
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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Illustration with healthy forest on left, deforestation on right, and mosquito and ticks in middle. Biodiversity Loss: Detrimental to Your Health
Released December 1, 2010
Press Release
illustration of healthy forest and deforestation UF Expert: Biodiversity Loss Correlates With Increases in Infectious Disease
Released December 1, 2010
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a white-footed mouse Loss of Species Large and Small Threatens Human Health
Released December 1, 2010
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bats UT Professor Uncovers Clues into How Viruses Jump from Hosts
Released August 5, 2010
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frog being swabbed New Insights Into How Deadly Amphibian Disease Spreads and Kills
Released May 10, 2010
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Aquatic pathogens hitch a ride on tiny floating clumps. Islands of Germs: Researchers Discover Pathogens Floating on Tiny Clumps of Aquatic Detritus
Released May 4, 2010
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coral New Mathematical Model Helps Biologists Understand How Coral Dies in Warming Waters
Released March 29, 2010
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biology graphic Stimulus Grant to Support Research on Climate and Infectious Disease
Released January 14, 2010
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Roosting bats in a village in Bangladesh are connected to an outbreak of Nipah virus there. NSF, NIH Award Ecology of Infectious Disease Grants
Released September 18, 2008
Press Release
News thumbnail Hidden Infections Crucial to Understanding, Controlling Disease Outbreaks
Released August 13, 2008
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Biologists funded by the EID program are researching West Nile virus transmission via birds. NSF, NIH Award Ecology of Infectious Diseases Grants
Released October 27, 2006
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Lyme disease transmission is related to forest ecology. NSF, NIH Award Ecology of Infectious Diseases Grants
Released October 4, 2005
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