Researchers to develop models for West Nile virus, malaria

Researchers from South Dakota State University are working on developing models that could be used to help predict the time and place of potential malaria and West Nile virus outbreaks. The four-year initiative, sponsored by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, will use data from infection cases reported in South Dakota and in Ethiopia.

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