We strengthen the capacity to prevent and respond to emerging vector-borne diseases in the Southwestern U.S. and Pacific Islands.
The Pacific Southwest is a region with diverse ecological landscapes, ranging from cool temperate forests to dry, hot deserts, making the region highly susceptible to invasive vectors, exotic pathogens such as Zika virus, and several endemic pathogens transmitted by mosquitoes and ticks. Our center involves a diverse group of professionals, ranging from researchers to public health experts, to address these public health challenges.
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Learn about the tick species that pose health risks for both humans and animals in the region and view public health information on ticks.
The BiTeRS program offers services to enhance surveillance for ticks and tick-borne pathogens of human health concern in California and Arizona.
PacVec training grants are due 3/30! New CDC vector-borne bacterial diseases entomology and ecology internship and many new vector control/public health seasonal and full-time jobs featured in this week's PacVec Newsletter 3-24-2023: https://t.co/JcXusX9ZZoRead More
RT @keatleygarvey: Congrats to #ucdavis postdoc and vector-borne disease specialist Olivia Winokur, recipient of the AMCA's Hollandsworth P…Read More
RT @_NEVBD: Position for a GS11 Microbiologist/Insecticide Resistance Specialist now open with the Navy Entomology Center of Excellence! Ap…Read More
The Pacific Southwest Regional Center of Excellence in Vector-Borne Diseases is supported through Cooperative Agreement Number 1U01CK000649-01 between the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the University of California, Davis.
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