Odum School seeks Assistant, Associate or Full Professor in Quantitative Disease Ecology

The Odum School is now seeking a tenured or tenure-track assistant, associate or full professor in Quantitative Disease Ecology.

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Alumni Spotlight: Martinique Edwards, BS ’18

Alumni Spotlight: Martinique Edwards, BS ’18, discusses her path to becoming a CDC researcher, the importance of having an open mind–and parkour.

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Shoring up the species barrier

UGA scientists take a multidisciplinary collaborative approach to understanding spillover, how zoonotic pathogens cross the species barrier.

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Faculty hiring initiative will boost UGA’s strength in infectious disease dynamics

A new hiring initiative at UGA will add 8 new faculty positions in the area of AI, data science and infectious disease dynamics.

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What causes disease outbreaks?

New research from the UGA CEID finds large-scale outbreaks of zoonotic diseases are driven by more and different factors than smaller ones.

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Understanding pathogen spillover

A new UGA study examines how different disciplines think about zoonotic spillover, identifying common mechanisms and gaps in research.

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Dogs, frogs, and copepods: Model provides clues about Guinea worm transmission

The parasite that causes Guinea worm disease in humans may be maintained by dogs, frogs and copepods, according to new research from UGA.

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Alumna Christina Faust addresses Girl Scouts

Odum alumna Christina Faust addresses the Athens-area Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia Annual Clementi Holder Promises to Keep Breakfast on Sept. 8, 2021.

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Asymptomatic pertussis more common than believed

A new study from Boston University and UGA finds that asymptomatic pertussis may be far more common than previously believed.

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UGA researchers identify rules for predicting climate change effects on host-parasite interactions

New research from UGA identifies rules to help predict how host-parasite relationships will be shaped by global climate change.

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