Zoonotic Diseases-Based Surveillance Project
The aim of this project is to explore the presence of bacterial and viral zoonotic diseases in Mexico, such as anthrax, plague, brucella, filovirus in wild bats, dengue, zika, and others, in human and animal populations, as well as determining the genetic variability correlation with the current climate changes and human factors on the clinical progression of the diseases.
Providers and Implementers ?
|Implementer||Center for Biodefense and Global Infectious Diseases (CeBGID)||NGO|
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|Dr. Uriel L. Lemus||President||
Center for Biodefense and Global Infectious Diseases (CeBGID)