Los Alamos National LaboratoryBiosurveillance Gateway
Diagnostics, predictive modelling, and decision support for global and national security


What is biosurveillance?

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.

Latest news

RETRO-Rx tool receives special recognition as an R&D 100 Finalist and recipient of a Gold Medal for Corporate Social Responsibility

Sara Del Valle speaks to CBS News about how scientists at the Laboratory are using social media to track and sometimes predict disease spread

Column in the Albuquerque Journal features the analytics capabilities of AIDO

Predicting the spread of HIV story in National Geographic

Discover magazine story on tackling antibiotic resistance

Data-driven disease forecasting featured in National Geographic and Scientific American

Clostridium difficile study featured in the Albuquerque Journal