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Press Release 10-187

Ecology of Infectious Disease Grants Awarded by NSF, NIH

Scientists to research connections between infectious diseases and land use, global warming and other environmental changes

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Photo of cattle and a herder in Chad, Central Africa.

EID scientists study livestock movements and disease transmission in Chad, Central Africa.

Credit: Rebecca Garabed


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Photo of a herder standing in front of his family's encampment and cattle.

A herder in an African floodplain stands in front of his family's encampment and cattle.

Credit: Rebecca Garabed


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Photo of an elk lying down in Yellowstone.

Elk play an important role in the spread of the bacterial disease Brucellosis in Yellowstone.

Credit: National Park Service


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Photo of elk drinking water in Yellowstone.

Brucellosis has been eradicated from most of the U.S., but remains throughout Yellowstone.

Credit: National Park Service


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Photo of elkhorn coral.

Elkhorn coral, affected by reverse zoonosis--disease transmitted from humans.

Credit: NOAA


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Photo of a mosquito acquiring a blood meal.

A mosquito acquires a blood meal; mosquitoes are the primary vector for dengue fever.

Credit: U.S. Centers for Disease Control


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Photo of an otter in water.

Otters are at the heart of a complex disease transmission process that links land and sea.

Credit: USGS


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Photo of an English grain aphid on a leaf.

Individual hosts are often infected with multiple pathogens, as in the English grain aphid.

Credit: Elizabeth Borer and Mikal Davis


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Photo of a gypsy moth caterpillar on a red oak leaf.

A disease-carrying gypsy moth caterpillar on a leaf of one of its favorite trees, the red oak.

Credit: Alison Hunter


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Photo showing insects melted onto foliage by the gypsy-moth virus.

Gypsy-moth virus causes the insects to melt onto foliage, releasing more virus particles.

Credit: Alison Hunter


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