A Comparison of Potential Lyme Disease Risk in Built Versus Non-Built Areas in a Campus Model
Friday, November 7, 2014
Plaza Foyer (Sheraton)
Lyme disease is a growing public health threat. While research has investigated potential for exposure in wooded environments, less is known about risk in built environments. This research analyzes if there is a difference in Lyme disease risk in built and non-built environments using a university campus as its model.