Simien Mountains National Park, Ethiopia.

Our research takes a One Health approach to understanding the ecology and evolution of infectious disease dynamics in natural systems using tools from ecology, epidemiology, animal behavior, and immunology. Our projects focus on disease networks and multi-host pathogens in wild primates and bats, primarily working with geladas (Theropithecus gelada) in the Simien Mountains National Park, Ethiopia, and with Kinda baboons (Papio kindae) in Kasanka National Park, Zambia. You can find us in the School for Human Evolution and Social Change (SHESC) and the Center for Evolution and Medicine (CEM) at Arizona State University.

-Dr. India Schneider-Crease (PI)


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