Climate change is affecting the spread and severity of infectious diseases—and infectious diseases may in turn be contributing to climate change.
John Drake was interviewed on BBC Newsday about the reasons for the current mismatch between the rates of COVID-19 cases and deaths.
Models of malaria transmission that take vector age and species effects into account yield different results than those that don’t.
Preliminary results from a study by Prof. John Drake suggest COVID-19 outbreaks on university campuses are likely.
Coral reefs in the Eastern Tropical Pacific region show resilience to rising ocean temperatures and may have adapted to heat stress, according to a study by an international team of researchers.
26 University of Georgia faculty, students and postdoctoral associates will present research at the 2020 ESA Annual Meeting Aug. 3-6 online.
University of Georgia researchers have demonstrated that disease surveillance data can be used to predict certain infectious disease outbreaks.
A study by UGA researchers indicates that warming temperatures could impact the future of the American alligator and potentially result in its demise.
Prof. John Drake makes the case that the time is now to establish a national center for infectious disease intelligence.