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Grantee Research Project Results

An Interdisciplinary Approach To Examining The Links Between Social Stressors, Biodiversity And Human Health

Request for Applications closing date: April 19, 2007

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Identifier Abstract Principal Investigator Institution Project Period State
1 R833777
Risk Factors for West Nile Virus: The Role of Biodiversity in the Ecology of Hosts, Vectors and Humans Ehrenfeld, Joan G.
Johnson, Branden B.
Jordan, Rebecca
Sukhdeo, Michael
Tsipoura, Nellie
Rutgers SUNJ,New Jersey Audubon Society,New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection January 2008 -
December 2010  
2 R833776
Mechanisms Linking Host Biodiversity to Lyme Disease Risk: An Experimental Approach Ostfeld, Richard S.
Brunner, Jesse
Canham, Charles D.
Keesing, Felicia
Killilea, Mary
Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies January 2008 -
December 2010  
3 R833778
The Role of Avian Host Dynamics and Anthropogenic Stressors on the Transmission of West Nile Virus and the Implications for Human Health and Biodiversity Smith, Thomas B.
DeSante, David
Kelly, Jeffrey
Kramer, Laura D.
Layne, Scott
Saatchi, Sassan
University of California - Los Angeles,Institute for Bird Populations,Jet Propulsion Laboratory - Pasadena,New York State Department of Health,University of Oklahoma November 2007 -
October 2010  

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