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  1. Preventing Tick-borne Disease by Heritably Immunizing Populations of White-footed Mice

    Thursday, June 8, 2017 | Presented by Kevin Esvelt | 1:02:43

    During this BSA Lecture, Kevin Esvelt of Massachusetts Institute of Technology discusses his lab's work with communities on Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard to prevent tick-borne human illness by developing hereditary traits in mice that could immunize them, removing a vital link in the spread of Lyme disease.   Read More

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