Tag: genomic epidemiology

Study WNV? We need your help!

Update: The project now has a website – WestNile4k.org/ If you do West Nile virus (WNV) surveillance or have a freezer full of old field-collected WNV samples, we need your help. Kristian Andersen, Ryan Smith, and myself (plus others) are organizing a large WNV phylogenetics study – spanning the entire US – to answer some fundamental…
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Zika outbreak in Cuba

Summary: Using local and travel-associated case reporting from American and European public health systems, we identified an unreported Zika outbreak in Cuba during 2017. Virus sequencing from travelers revealed that the Zika outbreak in Cuba was sparked by multiple introductions of the virus from elsewhere in the Caribbean and Central America during 2016 that persisted…
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Want to join?

Updated 2018.04.26 The Grubaugh Lab is currently not actively seeking postdocs or technicians; however, we are always willing to hear from exceptional candidates (especially those with funding!) with awesome project ideas.¬†Yale graduate or undergraduate students interested in doing a rotation or internship with us, please email me at [email protected] and tell us why you think…
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