Biosurveillance is the collection, analysis, and interpretation of data to help monitor pathogens in plants, animals, humans, food, and the environment.
In the interest of national security, comprehensive biosurveillance can guide mitigation strategies, intervention strategies, and public health decisions.
The Biosurveillance Gateway serves as a centralized portal for resources and research developed at Los Alamos National Laboratory, as well as related news and information.
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Los Alamos scientists receive 2016 Award for Outstanding Research Article in Biosurveillance/Impact on Field category from International Society for Disease Surveillance (ISDS) Research Committee