Evidence is emerging that the devastating outbreaks of Vibrio disease recently witnessed in Latin America are linked to significant El Niño events. New research using the latest microbial and genomic tools is providing a fresh insight into how El Niño …
I'm a senior research scientist in the Food Safety group at Cefas, with over 14 years experience in molecular microbiology. I'm current working on research into the role of climate change in driving waterborne infectious diseases.
There were two separate shellfish-associated outbreaks of illness in humans during the summer of 2012. One was in New York and the other Pontevedra, northwest Spain.
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