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10 Sep 2019

Within host-parasite communities, viral co-circulation and co-infections of hosts are the norm, yet studies of significant emerging zoonoses tend to focus on a single parasite species within the host.

In our new, open access paper in Emerging Microbes and Infections, we tested urine samples collected from underneath flying fox roosts for a range of different paramyxoviruses known to exist within Australian flying foxes. By examining evidence for synchrony in virus shedding over time and space and...

13 Jun 2016

The National Hendra virus Research Program (NHeVRP) symposium was held in Brisbane on 1-2 June, 2016, bringing together researchers funded under this $12 millionprogram as well as stakeholders from the equine, veterinary, medical, and policy arenas. Professor Hamish McCallum was unable to attend in person, but presented via pre-recorded video on the outcomes of three years the research led by himself and Assistant Professor Raina Plowright (Bozeman Disease Ecology Lab): “Models to predict Hendra...

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