An interview with CLIMOS Project Coordinator

I was inspired to take on the role of CLIMOS coordinator as it will allow me together with the other 28 partners to develop innovative solutions that have tangible impacts on public and animal health following a One Health approach. This project not only aligns with my academic background but also represents a significant step towards enhancing preparedness and mitigating the spread of sand fly-borne diseases in a changing world.
Sand flies are tiny, hairy-winged insects that belong to the Phlebotominae subfamily. They can be found in warm and tropical climates worldwide.

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