ecoepidemiology

ecoepidemiology

(ē'kō-ep'i-dē-mē-ol'ŏ-jē),
1. Study of ecologic influences on human health. 2. Conceptual approach combining molecular, societal, and population-based aspects to study a health-related problem.
[eco- + epidemiology]
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To understand the origins, evolution, and ecoepidemiology of MAYV, we sequenced complete genomes of 6 strains isolated during this outbreak and 21 additional isolates, which represented the full known spectrum of MAYV genetic diversity.
Rodriguez 1550, 1107, Buenos Aires, Argentina (Sassaroli); Ecoepidemiology Laboratory, FCEN, UBA, C.
Several more sophisticated approaches have been proposed, the most influential of which include ecoepidemiology (Susser and Susser 1996b), social-ecologic systems perspectives (McMichael 1999), and ecosocial theory (Krieger 2001).
Ecoepidemiology and complete genome comparison of different strains of severe acute respiratory syndrome-related Rhinolophus bat coronavirus in China reveal bats as a reservoir for acute, self-limiting infection that allows recombination events.
roumanicus hedgehogs play a role in urban ecoepidemiology of [greater than or equal to] 2 emerging human pathogens.
The methods of ecoepidemiology address the challenges of evaluating the contributions of environmental pollutants to specific disease states in wildlife not living in controlled conditions (8).
His research interests focus on ecoepidemiology and of zoonotic disease control.
Capua called on the veterinary scientific community to take the following actions to limit the spread of the outbreaks: 1) expand understanding of the role of waterfowl and other nongallinaceous birds in the ecoepidemiology of HPAI, 2) further define the role of poultry vaccination in reducing the spread of infection and promoting animal welfare, 3) educate workers about prevention of exposure to avian influenza, and 4) conduct studies to address food safety concerns.
As part of a larger project on the ecoepidemiology and control of Chagas disease, we applied spatial tools (7,15) to analyze spatiotemporal T.
His research interests include the ecoepidemiology and control of vector-borne diseases.
Various hematophagous arthropods have been implicated in the ecoepidemiology of Bartonella species.