Fiocruz incorporates Yellow Fever course on The Global Health Network platform
Dengue fever incidence in the Americas changed after zika epidemics
The analysis of a historical (2004-2019) has concluded that the dynamic of dengue fever occurrence in the region was changed after zika virus epidemics, possibly due to crossed immunity between the two virus.Learn more
Research confirms sexual transmission of zika virus in Pernambuco State
This is the first Brazilian study to reach this conclusion, and the second worldwide to show that sexual transmission of the zika virus played a significant role in the epidemic.Learn more
Tool foresees long-term pain after chikungunya
Researchers from Fiocruz Bahia researched relevant variables in the acute phase of chikungunya, seeking features that may indicate the patients with greater probability of developing long-term pain in the joints.Learn more
Nova epidemia? estudo identifica circulação de nova linhagem da Zika no Brasil
Especialista adverte que epidemia de zika não acabou
Report: “Nothing about us without us”: How families affected by Zika are claiming back control
Zika Outbreak in Brazil is not over: Social, political and scientific uncertainties remain.
Visualizando engajamento online sobre a epidemia Zika
Entrevista: pesquisador fala sobre a produção de medicamentos para as doenças negligenciadas
Pathogen and benefit-sharing: Where next in the Global Governance Outbreaks?
What lessons should researchers learn from the Zika outbreak?
Projeto "Movimentos Sociais Femininos e a Resposta à Síndrome do Zika Vírus", uma parceria entre Fundação João Pinheiro (FJP), Instituto René Rachou (Fiocruz Minas) e University of York (Reino Unido).
Global Health Histories Seminar 111: Zika
Speakers: Nísia Lima (Fiocruz), João Nunes (University of York), & Gustavo Matta (Fiocruz)
Abstract In Brazil, Zika is framed as a virus transmitted only by mosquitoes and the epidemic as a concern only for women. In order to examine this misconception, this article investigates the ...
Abstract Background: Zika virus (ZIKV) is a mosquito-borne virus that is also transmitted sexually, however, the epidemiological relevance of ZIKV sexual transmission in endemic regions is unclear. Methods: We performed ...
Ximena Casas Researcher, Women's Rights Division As Covid-19 dominates headlines, the Zika virus silently continues to put women and children at grave risk in Brazil, and the country has not taken nearly enough steps to combat the mosquito-borne disease or ... Read more