PLOS Global Public Health (Hart, C., et al.) 6.27.22, published “Community engaged tick surveillance and tickMAP as a public health tool to track the emergence of ticks and tick-borne diseases in New York.” The article details a program that was used to acquire ticks and related information throughout New York State.
Emerging Infectious Diseases (Keesing, F., et al.) 5.22, published “Effects of Tick-Control Interventions on Tick Abundance, Human Encounters with Ticks, and Incidence of Tickborne Diseases in Residential Neighborhoods, New York, […]
Charles Hart, et al., published “Human attachment site preferences of ticks parasitizing in New York” in Nature on December 3, 2022. By coordinating tick submissions from the community regarding bite-site location prior to pathogen testing, the researchers were able to gather sufficient data to better understand life stage-specific body-segment preferences of primary human-biting tick species in the region.
On April 9, 2022, New York Governor, Kathy Hochul (D), granted New York licensed Nurse practitioners (NPs) the ability to practice independently when she signed the State budget into law. […]
In a recent New York City (NYC) study, researchers investigated habitat associations and pathogen status of Gulf coast ticks (Amblyomma maculatum). NYC is a newly expanded distribution range for this […]
FOR RELEASE: Immediate, Tuesday, June 19, 2018 https://www.nysenate.gov SENATE APPROVES $1 MILLION INVESTMENT TO COMBAT LYME ACROSS NEW YORK STATE Historic Levels of Funding Build Upon the Senate’s Commitment to […]