Thursday, April 27
Special Collections Library, UGA
CTEGD is one of UGA’s most prominent biomedical research and training programs. Students in CTEGD have the choice of 21 laboratories that work at the very forefront of global health.
|Diagnosing schistosomiasis-induced liver morbidity: implications for global control|
|Evaluation of Immunoglobulin G Responses to Plasmodium falciparum and Plasmodium vivax in Malian School Children Using Multiplex Bead Assay|
|Risk of human helminthiases: geospatial distribution and targeted control|
|The expressed TCRβ CDR3 repertoire is dominated by conserved DNA sequences in channel catfish|
|Rapid screening of sugar-nucleotide donor specificities of putative glycosyltransferases|
Rob Stein is NPR's health correspondent and senior editor and has been reporting on global infectious diseases since the early day of the AIDS pandemic. Stein will discuss his journey during his talk, "From AIDS to Zika: The View from the NPR Science Desk" on Tuesday....
The Center for Tropical and Emerging Global Diseases Receives Grand Challenges Explorations Grant For Groundbreaking Research in Global Health and Development...
The Center for Tropical and Emerging Global Diseases (CTEGD) of the University of Georgia is a university-wide, interdisciplinary center established in 1998 to foster research, education and service related to tropical and emerging global infectious diseases.
Based on a strong foundation of parasitology, immunology, cellular and molecular biology, biochemistry and genetics, CTEGD’s 22 faculty are from eight departments in four colleges/schools.