February 19, 2019Infectious Disease
Physicists at McMaster have for the first time identified a simple mechanism used by potentially deadly bacteria to fend off antibiotics, a discovery which is providing new insights into how germs adapt and behave at a level of detail never seen before.
August 1, 2018Infectious Disease
The number of mosquitoes we see each change from year to year. This is because the successful reproduction of mosquitoes depends on precipitation levels and warm weather.
June 11, 2018Infectious Disease
As summer-like temperatures bring ticks out of hibernation, a biologist from McMaster warns that they are spreading across Ontario, increasing the risk for infections such as Lyme disease.
January 16, 2018Infectious Disease
The influenza A virus continues to pose one of the most pressing threats to global public health due to its tendency to cause a pandemic.
July 5, 2017Infectious Disease
Titus Divala was born and raised in Malawi, where the mosquito-borne infectious disease is the third most common cause of death.
June 1, 2017Infectious Disease
Five McMaster researchers will take on everything from senior isolation to antimicrobial resistance as Vanier Canada Graduate Scholars and a Banting Fellow.
May 19, 2017Infectious Disease
Seven researchers from across the disciplines have earned Early Researcher Awards to advance their work – a collective investment of nearly $1 million from the Province of Ontario.
February 15, 2017Infectious Disease
Three McMaster research projects have received a combined investment of nearly $1.7M over three years from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Council of Canada.
September 13, 2016Infectious Disease
A cross-national research consortia co-led by Andrew McArthur is receiving two of 16 federal grants to further develop a big data solution to the growing problem of antimicrobial resistance.
August 23, 2016Infectious Disease
The grants, which will support cutting-edge research ranging from the discovery of novel antibiotics to the development of a global vaccination strategy to control Tuberculosis (TB), are part of a larger $667M investment from two of the federal agency’s funding competitions.
July 4, 2016Infectious Disease
Three McMaster researchers working to improve the lives of women around the world have been recognized by the Council of Ontario Universities.