Several University of Georgia researchers teamed up to create a statistical method that may allow public health and infectious disease forecasters to better predict disease reemergence, especially for preventable childhood infections such as measles and pertussis.
CCHF is acquired through bites from infected ticks and animals
Research identifies viruses with potential to spread among humans
Research identifies the “cue” that Enterotoxigenic E. coli uses to determine when to make toxins that cause disease
Understanding how bacteria can alter their outer surface has implications for combating antibiotic resistance
Susan Sanchez, professor of infectious diseases, assistant director of the UGA Biomedical Health Sciences Institute and chair of One Health, was recently appointed to the National Institute of Health’s Council of Councils. She will serve a five-year term, beginning October 1, 2018, with her first meeting in...
Zika and related diseases are spreading, opening up the threat to more of the world’s population.