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Surveillance For Blacklegged Ticks And Lyme Disease In Mecklenburg, Clay, Cherokee, Graham, and Swain Counties, North Carolina

August 1, 2023
– July 31, 2024

Project Details

Funded by NCDHHS Department of Health and Human Services

(External Funding)

Administrative Unit

Southern Appalachian Environmental Research and Education Center (SAEREC)

Research Theme

Project Team Members

Dr. Steve Seagle

Director of SAEREC
Professor

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