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An Interdisciplinary Research Centre at the University of Cambridge

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Network Researchers - Please help us by Submitting Research News and "Wins"

Are you carrying out interdisciplinary research projects? We are interested in self reporting information on which countries you are active in and partners you are working with to enhance  our ability to identify and match potential cross-disciplinary partners across Cambridge.  We are also keen to hear about (a) any interactions that you have accomplished via CID events/relationships or grants and (b)  any news stories/new papers/new grants/new awards /or impact case studies you would like to share. This is so we can keep the web site up to date and relevant to all.

Please take the time to complete this very short report form:

Interdisciplinary Research Engagement Reporting Form

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Cambridge Infectious Diseases is an Interdisciplinary Research Centre at the University of Cambridge. We promote an interdisciplinary approach to addressing the challenge of reducing the burden of infectious diseases globally. Our virtual network crosses all six schools of the University and sector leading institutes across Cambridge. Read more

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Half of Ebola outbreaks undetected - 13 June 2019

Jun 13, 2019

Research by Dr Emma Glennon and CID colleagues published in PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases identifies how small outbreaks of Ebola are treated locally and often go undetected by public health infrastructure.

Ancient faeces reveal parasites in 8,000-Year-Old Village of Çatalhöyük - 02 June 2019

Jun 02, 2019

Earliest archaeological evidence of intestinal parasitic worms in the ancient inhabitants of Turkey shows whipworm infected this population of prehistoric farmers.

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Dr Dan Tucker on the Myanmar Pig Partnership

Spanish Flu: Cambridge scientists discuss the historic warning to us all.