Regents’ Professor John Drake of the Odum School of Ecology and director of the Center for the Ecology of Infectious Diseases (CEID) is building a Japanese encephalitis virus (JEV) infectious disease model to explain how this virus is expected to spread after it is introduced into the United States.
Since April of this year, frogs that rely on longleaf pine ecosystems have been dying at alarming rates in some regions. Courtesy faculty Stacey Lance is working with collaborators to understand why.
Odum School of Ecology faculty Pej Rohani and John Drake are part of a University of Georgia team working to strengthen public health response to infectious disease threats and support
Travel bans, relying on estimates of severity are largely ineffective at containing variants at their source New COVID-19 variants could potentially be contained where they arise using genetic sequencing, a new
The Odum School of Ecology is now accepting applications for two tenure-track faculty positions in infectious disease dynamics.
The CEID has received a $1 million NSF grant to develop infectious disease intelligence systems to predict–and help prevent–pandemics.
Odum School alumna Christina Faust, BS/MS ’09, has been named to the 2022 class of 40 Under 40 by the UGA Alumni Association.
North American monarch butterflies are increasingly plagued by a debilitating parasite, with major implications for their conservation.