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2017 Big Data in Medicine - Tools, Transformation and Translation Meeting.

2017 Big Data in Medicine - Tools, Transformation and Translation Meeting.

Big Data in Medicine - Tools, Transformation and Translation 2017 meeting was coordinated by Cambridge Infectious Diseases and Big Data on 4 July at Homerton College, Cambridge. Posted: 9 July 2017

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Research Tackling Antimicrobial Resistance: Social and Biological Dimensions- 2017 Meeting

Research Tackling Antimicrobial Resistance: Social and Biological Dimensions- 2017 Meeting

Research Tackling Antimicrobial Resistance: Social and Biological Dimensions- 2017 was coordinated by Cambridge Infectious Diseases on 6th July 2017 at Clare College, Cambridge. Posted: 9 June 2017

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Of cabbage and cows: increasing agricultural yields in Africa

Of cabbage and cows: increasing agricultural yields in Africa

Africa’s food requirements, along with its population, are growing fast. Three research programmes ask how a better understanding of viruses, parasites and the spread of disease can pave the way to improving agricultural yields.

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New model could help improve prediction of outbreaks of Ebola and Lassa fever

New model could help improve prediction of outbreaks of Ebola and Lassa fever

Many of the major new outbreaks of disease, particularly in Africa, are so-called zoonotic infections, diseases that are transmitted to humans from animals. The Ebola virus, for example, which recently killed over 11,000 people across Africa, was most likely transmitted to humans from fruit bats.

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Sad news of Professor Sir Patrick Sisson's death

We were very sad to hear that Professor Sir Patrick Sissons died earlier this week. Patrick was Head of the Clinical School as Regius Professor of Physic for 7 years up until 2012.

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Developing an integrated management-based approach for surveillance and control of zoonoses: South East Asia Pig & Poultry Partnership

Developing an integrated management-based approach for surveillance and control of zoonoses: South East Asia Pig & Poultry Partnership

Professor Duncan Maskell is leading an international, interdisciplinary consortium from Myanmar, Vietnam and the UK, to develop an integrated management-based approach for surveillance and control of zoonoses in emerging livestock systems in South East Asia.

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Cambridge to help tackle bovine tuberculosis in Ethiopia

Cambridge to help tackle bovine tuberculosis in Ethiopia

A group from the University of Cambridge, led by Professor James Wood, Department of Veterinary Medicine, is to be part of a 5-year research project “Ethiopian Control of Bovine Tuberculosis Strategies” (ETHICOBOTS) awarded to a consortium of researchers in Ethiopia and the UK, consisting of epidemiologists, geneticists, immunologists, and social scientists.

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Darwin College Lecture Series: Plagues

Darwin College Lecture Series: Plagues

The annual multidisciplinary series hosted by Darwin College will examine the topic “Plagues” in the broad context of a disease or calamity of proportions that cause high morbidity or mortality with lasting impact on populations. The speakers will delve into plagues of the past, present and consider future threats to all populations that inhabit the earth.

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Researchers to explore the role of wild birds in the spread  of avian flu viruses

Researchers to explore the role of wild birds in the spread of avian flu viruses

Cambridge researchers are working with leading Georgian scientists to address key questions about the ecology and evolution of avian flu.

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Structure of important trypanosome receptor solved

A collaboration between scientists in Cambridge, Oxford and New York has determined the structure of a crucial Trypanosome receptor. The findings, published recently in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences have revealed the structure of a crucial receptor found on the surface of trypanosome.

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Cambridge researchers support the WHO

Cambridge researchers support the WHO

A newly designated Collaborating Centre at the University of Cambridge will support the World Health Organization (WHO) in detecting and responding to major epidemic- and pandemic-prone diseases.

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