A new study from Boston University and UGA finds that asymptomatic pertussis may be far more common than previously believed.
New research from UGA identifies rules to help predict how host-parasite relationships will be shaped by global climate change.
The National Institutes of Health has awarded UGA a contract to establish the Center for Influenza Disease and Emergence Research.
By attracting birds and mosquitoes, light pollution is enhancing the likelihood that they’ll spread West Nile virus to animals and humans.
Debilitating parasite spores that infect monarch butterflies can persist for years at cool temperatures, but are knocked out by heat.
In a letter to the editor of the Wall Street Journal, Dean John L. Gittleman urges global surveillance on the origins of viral transmission.