Fundamentals

conceptual foundation in infectious diseases

Build a strong conceptual foundation in infectious diseases spanning sub-cellular to biosphere scales

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A New Approach

Interdisciplinary training program in infectious disease ecology

IDEAS is a National Science Foundation-supported interdisciplinary training program in the area of infectious disease ecology

A PhD from the University of Georgia

Students pair faculty mentors drawn from 17 academic units

Students pair faculty mentors drawn from 17 academic units - with expertise spanning from cells to ecosystems

Quantitative Training

Students learn the quantitative methods of modern biology

Coursework, workshops, and specially designed research opportunities teach students the quantitative methods of modern biology

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Training young scientists to use leading-edge conceptual and methodological approaches to solve pressing infectious disease problems.

IDEAS focuses on topical areas of research that are critical to unraveling the complexity of host-pathogen interactions in nature.

Internships, workshops, and interest groups prepare students for careers in academia, government, NGOs, and the private sector.

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