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Press Release 05-176
NSF, NIH Award Ecology of Infectious Diseases Grants

Agencies support studies of environment and disease transmission

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Lyme disease transmission is related to forest ecology.

Lyme disease transmission is related to forest ecology.

Credit: Nicolle Rager Fuller, NSF


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EID scientists are studying infectious disease transmission in California sea otters.

EID scientists are studying infectious disease transmission in California sea otters.

Credit: Bryant Austin, CA Fish and Game


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Barley yellow dwarf virus infects many native and introduced grasses.

Barley yellow dwarf virus infects many native and introduced grasses.

Credit: Elizabeth Borer, Oregon State University


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