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The open-source watchlist, SpillOver, estimates pandemic risk from animal diseases The risk of a zoonotic outbreak is high when wildlife, livestock, and humans are in contact, as seen here with primates and cattle exploring the grounds outside a

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Medicine at Tufts University, is director of the Strategies to Prevent Spillover—or STOP Spillover—project, a $100 million effort funded through a grant from the U.S. Agency for International Development. She described herself as an air traffic controller

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. As a result, responses to outbreaks have been reactive, with the focus on containing the spread of virus through behavior change and treating or vaccinating people infected after the initial spillover. The first phase of the project is underway in

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Pathogens—Viral Zoonoses is a five-year, approximately $125 million project aimed at strengthening global capacity to detect and understand the risks of viral spillover from wildlife to humans that could cause another pandemic, the USAID announced Oct. 5

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investigate emerging viruses and pathogens in wildlife and the spillover that could cause diseases in people. NIAID, which is part of the National Institutes of Health, intends to grant $82 million to CREID over the next five years. The 10 network

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by hundreds of miles, tested positive for SARS-CoV-2 RNA, a finding that “strongly suggests” the occurrence of multiple human-to-animal spillover events and deer-to-deer transmission, according to new research. The discovery indicates SARS-CoV-2

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Threats program. Wolking said Predict's second five-year term ended Sept. 30, 2019, although USAID provided a six-month extension for studies that use the project's accumulated evidence to learn about virus spillover, spread, and countermeasures. He

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spill over and make us sick. We can know about those, and if we keep the planet healthier, we will experience less of those spillovers,” Dr. Mazet said. “This is not rocket science anymore. It is not that hard to do. It is completely accessible, and then

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statement responding to the NIH action, Dr. Daszak explained, “EcoHealth Alliance scientists come together from a diverse set of backgrounds and disciplines to better understand the viruses that threaten us and the human behaviors that allow their spillover

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good thing that we haven't really seen spillover in ways that we thought might be possible, particularly as the pandemic spread among the human population” and the virus became more widespread, he said. But COVID-19 remains an emerging disease, and Dr

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