Friday, September 27th

Biological Sciences Seminar Series

Time: 4:00 pm-5:00 pm


Dr. Marina Eremeeva, of Georgia Southern University, presents, "Molecular Epidemiology of Rickettsioses in America: New Science and Its Impact on Public Health."

Significant progress has been made recently in the molecular epidemiology of rickettsial diseases. This presentation will review molecular approaches for assessing the dynamics and transmission of rickettsial agents, identification of the origins of outbreaks of rickettsioses, and identification and characterization of new rickettsial pathogens. Special emphasis is given to novel SFG rickettsioses in the Americas, and particularly in California. The impact of continuously growing list of new rickettsial pathogens on public health including contemporary disease surveillance, diagnosis, prevention, and control of rickettsial diseases will be discussed.

Price: Free


HSU Campus

Room: Science Building B - Room 135


Liz Weaver

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