Dr. John Lednicky and colleagues have identified Haiti’s first case of the Mayaro virus.
Writing for The Conversation, Dr. Natalie Dean, Dr. Ira Longini and colleagues project only small Zika outbreaks from mosquito transmission in the continental U.S.
Dr. Cuc Tran found that school-located influenza vaccination programs led by local health departments could be cost-effective throughout the state.
Dr. John Lednicky and colleagues found that the Zika virus was present in Haiti prior to March 2015, when the virus was first identified in Brazil. Image: CDC/Cynthia Goldsmith
Dr. John Lednicky and colleagues say regional monitoring of the flu virus could help build a better flu vaccine.
The college recognized John Anderson and Stephanie McBride at the annual faculty and staff appreciation dinner.
The College of Public Health and Health Professions has appointed environmental toxicology researcher Tara Sabo-Attwood, Ph.D., as chair of the department of environmental and global health.
A group of UF graduate students recently conducted field work in Kenya, working alongside students of Great Lakes University of Kisumu, as part of UF’s One Health certificate program.
Dr. Andrew Kane and colleagues found that 74 percent of the seafood tested showed no quantifiable levels of oil contaminants at all.
Dr. John Lednicky and fellow researchers have discovered a mutation in the influenza virus that allowed it to infect patients’ lower respiratory tracts, causing more severe illness.