Zoonoses: animal-to-human diseases

The STEPS Centre has a range of research projects and resources which explore zoonoses (diseases that can be transmitted from animals to humans), offering new theory as well as practical solutions.

Our work often considers the landscape of politics, policy processes and international responses to pandemics and resources cover diseases including avian influenza, swine influenza, Ebola, Lassa fever, henipavirus infection, Rift Valley fever, SARS and trypanosomiasis.

This page gives access to all our revelant resources, as well as links to pandemic research carried out by our colleague Stefan Elbe from the Centre for Global Health Policy, University of Sussex.

Research projects & consortia

Books

Pandemic Pages:

  1. Pandemic Influenza: Politics and Policy
  2. Pandemic Influenza: Resources
  3. Pandemic Influenza: Research themes

Papers:

Briefings:

Journal articles

Film

Events

 Media coverage / Socal Media

Information for journalists:

If you are a media professional and require more information, please contact
Julia Day, STEPS Centre Communications Manager j.day@ids.ac.uk | +44 (0)1273 915671 | +44 (0)7974 209148

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