Posts Tagged Lynn “Marty” Martin

Dr. Lynn “Marty” Martin publishes paper on macroimmunology—a big topic with big implications

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“Populations of animals are spread all over the globe, some in really risky environments with respect to infection,” explained Dr. Lynn “Marty” Martin, PhD, a USF College of Public Health (COPH) professor of genomics and disease ecology expert. “Our interest was to try to detect, summarize and explain large-scale patterns […]

New research framework may help better predict human and wildlife infectious disease risk

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University of South Florida-led research identifies individual hosts more or less likely to escalate outbreaks The 2014-16 Ebola virus epidemic that ravaged Western Africa, killing thousands, was the largest in history. An analysis of the epidemic found that not all individuals played an equal role in spreading the deadly infectious […]

Dr. Marty Martin publishes several papers on stress hormones in academic journal

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USF College of Public Health genomics professor Dr. “Lynn” Marty Martin is the lead author or co-author of six papers published in October’s Integrative & Comparative Biology. The papers are the result of years of data collection stemming from an endeavor called HormoneBase, a living database spearheaded by Martin and other wildlife […]