A scientist with Florida State University conducts research on Zika. Florida awarded $25 million in grants to universities and research institutes to study long-term health effects of Zika on infants born to mothers infected in pregnancy, and novel therapies, including diagnostics and a vaccine.
A scientist with Florida State University conducts research on Zika. Florida awarded $25 million in grants to universities and research institutes to study long-term health effects of Zika on infants born to mothers infected in pregnancy, and novel therapies, including diagnostics and a vaccine. Bill Lax FSU Photography Services
A scientist with Florida State University conducts research on Zika. Florida awarded $25 million in grants to universities and research institutes to study long-term health effects of Zika on infants born to mothers infected in pregnancy, and novel therapies, including diagnostics and a vaccine. Bill Lax FSU Photography Services

Florida to offer first look at Zika research funded with $25 million in grants

October 06, 2017 06:02 PM

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