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Ebola: Ape Man Hunts Bat Virus

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You’ve probably heard a lot about Ebola virus in recent weeks. What you probably haven’t heard is that Ebola has killed about one third of the world gorilla population or that the current human outbreaks might have been prevented by tracking a spreading wave of Ebola infection in fruit bats. Come hear about these topics and also my research testing experimental Ebola vaccines for use on wild gorillas and chimpanzees: the same vaccines that could control the raging human outbreak in West Africa. Oh, yes, I will also explain why you are not going to die from Ebola…

This talk is part of the Stokes Society, Pembroke College series.

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