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Press Release 06-156
NSF, NIH Award Ecology of Infectious Diseases Grants

Ecologists will study West Nile virus, malaria, bird flu and other infectious diseases

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Biologists funded by the EID program are researching West Nile virus transmission via birds.

Biologists funded by the EID program are conducting research on West Nile virus transmission via bird populations.

Credit: Center for Conservation Medicine/Wildlife Trust


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EID scientists will study sudden oak death in California.

EID scientists will study sudden oak death in California.

Credit: University of California at Davis


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EID researchers are determining the effect of a parasitic oyster disease in shellfish-laden rivers.

EID researchers are determining the effect of dermo, a parasitic oyster disease, in shellfish-laden rivers.

Credit: Don Dobson, Rutgers University


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