Oct 7th, 2019
A new $1.29 million grant will support work to develop a saliva-based malaria diagnostic test that catches infections even when victims don’t show symptoms.
Feb 18th, 2019
Dr. Rhoel Dinglasan explains why a new diagnostic test for malaria developed by him and his colleagues at the UF Emerging Pathogens Institute could be a game-changer.
Feb 5th, 2019
“This establishes that specific strains of a probiotic bacterium can mobilize immunity to enhance the health of newborns,” said. Dr. Mansour Mohamadzadeh
Jan 7th, 2019
An easy-to-use saliva test to screen for the parasite that causes malaria has been developed by a team of researchers led by a University of Florida scientist.
Dec 21st, 2018
UF Wildlife and Aquatic Veterinary Disease Laboratory (WAVDL) out in force at the International Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health. Ten members of the Wildlife and Aquatic Veterinary Disease Laboratory (WAVDL) […]
Dec 17th, 2018
Dr. Roy Curtiss has had a global impact on infectious disease research and is known as a pioneer in his field.
Oct 22nd, 2018
Jul 2nd, 2018
By Thom Sanders: Every year, Phi Zeta Day serves as a celebration of the fascinating work and research conducted around the UF College of Veterinary Medicine. With posters and presentations […]
Jun 21st, 2018
By Thom Sanders: In 1915, in a basement laboratory in Maryland just six miles from the White House, two German spies were manufacturing biological weapons. The spies, brothers Anton and […]
May 21st, 2018
By Thom Sanders: Sailfin mollies, orange chromide, roundtail paradisefish—these are just a few of the colorful (and colorfully named) ornamental fish varieties potentially susceptible to megalocytiviruses (MCVs), a genus of […]
Mar 29th, 2018
Rheumatology Advisor talks with Dr. Nguyen about the underlying mechanism of the auto-immune condition Sjögren’s syndrome.
Mar 1st, 2018
Dr. Mary Brown’s recent research explores a rare genetic mutation that causes resistance to the quinolone antibiotic levofloxacin in a bacterium associated with urinary tract infections
Feb 21st, 2018
By Thom Sanders: ID&I faculty, staff, and students were out in force at this year’s North Florida Marine Science Symposium. The gathering, which brought together researchers from regional institutions at […]