USF among four state universities to study Zika and other diseases through CDC grant

USF among four state universities to study Zika and other diseases through CDC grant

USF among four state universities to study Zika and other diseases through CDC grant

The University of South Florida will collaborate on a new $10 million grant from Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to study ways to help stop the Zika virus and other infectious diseases from spreading in the United States.

Led by the University of Florida, the grant teams investigators from UF, USF, the University of Miami and Florida International University to create the Southeast Regional Center of Excellence in Vector-Borne Disease: The Gateway Program.

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