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Center for Emerging, Zoonotic, and Arthropod-borne Pathogens

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To Foster and Promote a Cohesive and Synergistic Environment for Interdisciplinary and Collaborative Research

Center for Emerging, Zoonotic, and Arthropod-borne Pathogens affiliated faculty photo collage
Affiliated faculty members and students of the Center for Emerging, Zoonotic, and Arthropod-borne Pathogens. Clockwise from top left: Mari Martinez M.S.; Tanner Dehart, M.S.; Assistant Professor Brandon Jutras; University Distinguished Professor X.J. Meng; Associate Professor Xiaofeng Wang; Clinical Professor Tanya LeRoith; Professor Kathy Alexander; Assistant Professor Clement Vinauger; Assistant Professor Kate Langwig; Professor Dana Hawley; Assistant Professor Joseph Hoyt, Assistant Professor Chloe Lahondere (center).

Infectious diseases are constantly emerging and reemerging worldwide, causing immense threats to the health of humans, animals, and plants. This is especially clear now as researchers tackle the COVID-19 pandemic that has caused more than 16 million human infections worldwide.

To meet this challenge, Virginia Tech has created the Center for Emerging, Zoonotic, and Arthropod-borne Pathogens.

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