Petersen’s team researching leishmaniasis in foxhounds, humans

Published on December 13, 2017

The research Christine Petersen and her colleagues are conducting on leishmaniasis is bringing much-needed insight to the problem of the disease in foxhounds and, ultimately, humans. “Because of implications of how this could help all infected creatures (not just dogs), we ran the trial all they way to the human clinical trial level,” says Petersen, CPH associate professor of epidemiology.
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