Research leads way in preventing disease outbreaks in urban areas

A new paper sets out key research done by scientists at the University of Liverpool with partners to show that disease may be more likely to jump from animals to humans in parts of a city hosting high densities of people, livestock and urban-adapted wildlife such as rats. The paper, “Epidemiological connectivity between humans and animals across an urban landscape,” is published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

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