Infectious Disease Epidemiology

The infectious disease epidemiology includes domestic and worldwide work on the epidemiology of infections which are emerging and re-emerging, detection of diseases, vaccines development and other prevention methods, role of pathogens in non-communicable diseases (like cardiovascular diseases and cancer), clinical trials, and disease surveillance. Infectious diseases continue to have a massive effect at the health of groups round the arena from the worldwide tuberculosis and HIV epidemics, to the threat of resistant bacteria, to the mission of emerging and newly recognized pathogens. All compel the want for brand new methods to detect such pathogens, to recognize their pathogenesis, and to devise powerful interventions for their prevention and management.

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