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Press Release 11-191
Investigating the Spread of Infectious Diseases With NSF, NIH, U.K. Funding

How diseases are transmitted among humans, other animals, the environment is focus

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Photo of a capuchin monkey.

EEID scientists work to answer questions like how HIV spread from monkeys to humans.

Credit: Tony Goldberg, University of Wisconsin-Madison


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Photo of facility in Haiti where cholera outbreak is being studied by EEID scientists.

Deadly outbreaks of cholera in Haiti are being studied by EEID scientists.

Credit: Joseph Tien, Ohio State University


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Photo of biologist Samantha Forde who researches E. coli.

Biologist Samantha Forde researches E. coli bacteria and viruses as a model of infection.

Credit: University of California-Santa Cruz


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Photo of bats infected with White-Nose Syndrome.

The disease White-Nose Syndrome is devastating bat populations across eastern North America.

Credit: Tom Kunz, Boston University


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Mathematical model of parasitic diseases in estuaries and elsewhere.

Scientists are developing mathematical models of parasitic diseases in estuaries and elsewhere.

Credit: Armand Kuris, University of California-Santa Barbara


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Photo of forest covered hills in western U.S. wildfire with smoke from wildfires in distance.

Sudden oak death, a disease of western U.S. trees, may be regulated by drought and wildfire.

Credit: Dave Rizzo, University of California-Davis


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