Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Colorado State University (CSU), and the USDA National Wildlife Research Center (NWRC).
If you live near Fort Collins, Colorado, these monthly seminars are held from 3-4pm (MST) with locations alternating between CSU’s Research Innovation Center (3185 Rampart Rd., Bldg. A) and the NWRC (4101 LaPorte Ave., Wildlife Science Bldg.), both located on the CSU Foothill Campus in Fort Collins.
The next seminar, Sleeping Pathogens in the U.S.: What’s Old is New, can also be seen remotely via WebEx. Visit website for webinar instructions, http://events.cobioscience.com/events-calendar/foothills-infectious-diseases-seminar-series-1
Dr. Jeff Root, a research wildlife biologist at NWRC, is the presenter. The seminar is scheduled for Tuesday, October 16, 2012, 3-4 pm (MST).
More Upcoming Foothills Infectious Diseases Seminars
Algorithms Applied to Large Data Sets for Predictive Outcomes
November 8 at CSU-RIC
Dr. Michael Kirby (CSU)
Trends and Drivers for Tick-Borne Disease Emergence in the U.S.
December 6 at USDA-NWRC
Dr. Ben Beard (HHS-CDC)
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