EEID

AcronymDefinition
EEIDEcology and Evolution of Infectious Diseases (workshop and conference)
EEIDEOSDIS External Interface Document
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EEID projects allow scientists to study how habitat destruction, invasions of non-native species, pollution and other large-scale environmental events alter the risks of emergence of viral, parasitic and bacterial diseases in humans and other animals.
Researchers funded by EEID advance basic theory related to infectious diseases, and apply that knowledge to improve scientists' understanding of how pathogens spread through populations at a time of increasing global change.
Notes: NSF proposals may be submitted through one of two routes: as part of the annual call for EEID proposals or as a RAPID proposal (Grant Proposal Guide, Chapter II.