This infographic summarizes some of CSER’s research work around Natural bio risks from infectious diseases and lists 3 key pandemic risk areas.
- Zoonotic Spillover
- Anti-Microbial Resistence (Super bugs)
- Diseases of Poverty
Find out more about CSER's Natural bio risks work below:
- Carlson, CJ, Farrell, MJ, Grange, Z, Han BA, Mollentze, N, Phelan, AL, Rasmussen, AL, Albery, GF, Bett, B, Brett-Major, DM, Cohen, LE, Dallas, T, Eskew, EA, Fagre, AC, Forbes, KM, Gibb, R, Halabi, S, Hammer, CC, Katz, R, Kindrachuk J, Muylaert,, RL, Nutter, FB, Ogola, J, Olival, KJ, Rourke, M, Ryan, SJ, Ross, N, Seifert, SN, Sironen, T, Standley, CJ, Taylor, K, Venter, M, Webala, PW (2021) The future of zoonotic risk prediction. Phil. Trans. R. Soc. B376202003582020035
- Braam, D.H., Srinivasan, S., Church, L. et al. Lockdowns, lives and livelihoods: the impact of COVID-19 and public health responses to conflict affected populations - a remote qualitative study in Baidoa and Mogadishu, Somalia. Confl Health 15, 47 (2021).
- Braam DH, Chandio R, Jephcott FL, Tasker A, Wood JLN (2021) Disaster displacement and zoonotic disease dynamics: The impact of structural and chronic drivers in Sindh, Pakistan. PLOS Glob Public Health 1(12): e0000068.
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