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New research models temperature-driven Zika, dengue, and chikungunya transmission

Published: May 10th, 2017

  GAINESVILLE, FL – New research co-authored by UF Geography’s Dr. Sadie Ryan and Ms. Cat Lippi sheds light on the climate suitability for Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus mosquitos and… Read More

Farewell to summer MedGeo researcher

Published: Aug 19th, 2016

This summer, Geography’s Ryan Lab and the Emerging Pathogens Institute were proud to host Lauren Fregosi as a summer research intern working on Dr. Sadie Ryan‘s National Science Foundation’s Ecology and Evolution… Read More

NSF funding UF research on Zika virus

Published: May 12th, 2016

GAINESVILLE, Florida — Dr. Sadie Ryan (Assistant Professor of Medical Geography in the Department of Geography and UF’s Emerging Pathogen Institute) and colleagues, have just received a National Science Foundation (NSF) Division… Read More

Elk resource selection and implications for anthrax management in Montana

Published: Nov 6th, 2015

MORRIS, BLACKBURN – Elk resource selection and implications for anthrax management in Montana Lillian R. Morris, Kelly M. Proffitt, Valpa Asher and Jason K. Blackburn Article first published online: 6 Nov 2015 The… Read More

Spring Course: GEO3930 Peoples and Plagues

Published: Nov 2nd, 2015

During this course, the world’s population will reach 7.4 billion. One third will be TB positive; 300-500 million will have malaria; more than 35 million will live with HIV/AIDS. Multi-drug… Read More

NSF Funding UF Research on Climate Change Impacts on Vectorborne Disease

Published: Sep 21st, 2015

GAINESVILLE, Florida — A new 5 year multi-institutional collaborative research grant of $1.85 million funded by the National Science Foundation’s Ecology and Evolution of Infectious Diseases (NSF EEID) program will… Read More