Emerging Infectious Diseases

Emerging and re-emerging Infectious Diseases (EIDs) describe a class of microbe-induced illnesses which currently display patterns of increased incidence or resurgence. As inextricable components of our ecosystems, humans are susceptible to (and oftentimes drivers of) downstream environmental perturbations which distort ecological equilibrium. As a result of factors such as global climate change, the improper use of antimicrobial agents.

 

Ebola & other Filoviruses

Antimicrobial Resistance

Lassa Fever

Zika Virus

Crimean-Congo Hemorrhagic Fever

Rift Valley Fever

MERS Co-V & Sars

HIV/AIDS

Tuberculosis

Malaria

Nipah

Chikungunya

Unknown Threats