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Press Release 12-181

Controlling the Spread of Diseases Among Humans, Other Animals and the Environment

New NSF-NIH-USDA-BBSRC grants fund research on how infectious diseases are transmitted

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Photo of zebra and wildebeest in the Serengeti.

EEID scientists will study antibiotic resistance in the Greater Serengeti Ecosystem.

Credit: Douglas Call


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Photo of two men on a boat harvesting oysters with buckets of oysters on the deck.

The disease process in oysters and other marine species is the topic of an EEID grant.

Credit: Eileen Hofmann


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Photo of houses and a clothes line in an urban area in Brazil.

EEID scientists will conduct research on leptospirosis in urban areas in Brazil.

Credit: Albert Ko


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Photo of a house finch sitting on a bird feeder.

House finch sitting on a bird feeder, a transmission site for Mycoplasma gallisepticum.

Credit: Andre Dhondt


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Photo of chickens.

Vaccines as drivers of disease emergence in animals like chickens: An EEID award subject.

Credit: Andrew Read


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Photo of a juvenile Pacific salmon.

Juvenile fish of some species of Pacific salmon are at risk for infectious diseases.

Credit: Gael Kurath, Western Fisheries Research Center, USGS


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