Our scientists helped create an approach that could accelerate TB diagnosis and slow the epidemic.
Inspired by the battle our scientists wage against deadly disease-causing pathogens, we have developed a series of posters to capture the spirit of this battle of “Human vs. Pathogen”.
Zika, Ebola, H1N1 - How worried about infectious diseases should we really be?
Health transcends nearly all human experiences. In a similar vein, there are few expressions of human existence that are more universal than music.
One third of the world’s population is infected with tuberculosis.
Meet Dr. David Sherman, a professor at the Center who focuses on virulence, latency, and drug discovery for M. tuberculosis.
The scientists at the Center for Infectious Disease Research come to work each day determined to impact and eradicate global infectious diseases. 2015 was a year of monumental advancement.
Principal Investigator Dan Zak spearhead’s his lab’s research on deciphering molecular networks that control the immune system.
Photographer Keith Walters documented the stories of people and families devastated by the impact of infectious diseases. These are just a few of their stories.
Infectious diseases claim 14 million lives every year.
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