If you’re worried about poop particles in public places, don’t. They’re everywhere
The Chronicle Herald spoke to Jennifer Gardy, a professor and Canada Research Chair in Public Health Genomics at UBC, about bacteria on hand-held debit machines.
Jan 24, 2019
Simpler way to get to the bottom of mysterious illnesses in poor countries
The Atlantic quoted Jennifer Gardy, a UBC epidemiologist, for an article about ways of using genetic technology to combat infectious diseases. “It’s easy for us to sit in our labs dreaming up […]
Oct 16, 2018
How public health would handle the zombie apocalypse
Hordes of zombies haven’t yet made the leap from the horror-movie screen to downtown city streets, but that hasn’t stopped two professors from sharing tips on how to handle an invasion.
Oct 19, 2016
Genome sequencing helps determine end of tuberculosis outbreak
Using genome sequencing, researchers from UBC and the Imperial College in London, now have the ability to determine when a tuberculosis outbreak is over.
Jun 14, 2016
UBC team tracks measles cases introduced to B.C. during the 2010 Games
The Vancouver 2010 Olympic Games brought more than just athletes to B.C. It also left the province with a bad case of the measles.
Jul 7, 2015