Professor Jill Stewart is an environmental health microbiologist who studies links between human and ecosystem health. She is developing novel tools to detect and track pathogens in the environment and she is applying these tools to evaluate how human activities affect the distribution of microbial contaminants.
Carolina Population Center
Ebola: What data say - Jan 28, 2016
CPC Data Portal Launched - Jan 6, 2016
- Seminars & Events
- [Feb 12, 2016] Dr. Jill Stewart, The Impact of Intensive Livestock Production on the Disease Ecology of Antibiotic Resistant Staphylococcus
- [Feb 19, 2016] Dr. Tod Hamilton, Selective Migration and the Health of Black Immigrants in the United States
- [Feb 26, 2016] Dr. Ashu Handa, Global Estimates of Children’s and Young Person’s Food Insecurity using the Gallup World Poll