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Press Release 07-157
NSF, NIH Award Ecology of Infectious Diseases Grants

Scientists to study interaction of environment, disease processes

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Village groundwater supplies in Bangladesh may foster arsenic poisoning and infectious diseases.

Village groundwater supplies in Bangladesh present dual threats of arsenic poisoning and infectious diseases.

Credit: Alexander Van Geen, LDEO


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EID scientists will study the transmission of multiple parasites and their effect on humans in coastal Kenya.

Credit: Charles King, Case Western Reserve University


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BIologists are finding that an infectious disease caused by a fungus is killing large numbers of amphibians.

Credit: Vance Vredenburg, San Francisco State University


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