Within a few days UC Davis veterinarian Jaime Peyton was on a plane to England to help a severely burned pony. She carried with her a cooler full of sterilized tilapia skins that would eventually act as a healing biological bandage.
Once common in babies, a bacterium (B. infantis) has largely disappeared in Western countries. Research from UC Davis shows this could have many consequences for health.
The aim of PREDICT is to enable global surveillance for viruses with the potential to spillover from animals to people and cause pandemics.