Nomads moving a herd during the rainy season in 2009. Floodplain Dry Season 2010 Group of People Examining a Map Man Riding Horse A nomad in the desert. Group of researchers examining data. Daniel Ewing in the Field

DECML seeks to improve understanding of the mechanisms driving the transmission and persistence of diseases in populations of animals and humans.

 

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The goal of the Disease Ecology and Computer Modeling Laboratory (DECML) is to use both field research and computer simulations along with rigorous statistical analysis and validation to improve understanding of the mechanisms driving the transmission and persistence of diseases in populations of animals and humans.

As part of our international work, we often have opportunities to help others.  Currently, we provide fellowships to students and professors in Cameroon to conduct research on ecology of diseases.  In addition we provide used veterinary textbooks and teaching materials to the veterinary school at the University of Ngaoundere.  We are always happy to accept donations to support our education and development activities like these.

 

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Mark Moritz
Mark Moritz
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Yu-Jen Chen
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Mouhaman Arabi
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