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INSIGHT in the News

Our research at INSIGHT receives considerable media attention. Here are some recent stories and interviews with Dr. Kulkarni and the team showing how our research is improving knowledge and awareness about vector-borne diseases.

June 13, 2019

Dr Kulkarni awarded the Knowledge Mobilization Excellence award

Dr Kulkarni was one of three recipients of the University of Ottawa's Knowledge Mobilization Excellence Award for her research on emerging vector-borne diseases in Ottawa, with partners from Ottawa Public Health and the National Capital Commission

November 07, 2019

This bites: Cool weather not slowing hungry ticks in Ottawa

The Capital Current. By Brandi Awad, Matthew Curtis and Dana Hatherly

October 05, 2018

Ticks more widespread in Ottawa than initially thought

CBC News. By Robyn Miller.

October 05, 2018

New study shows 1 in 3 ticks tested in Ottawa carries Lyme disease

CTV News Ottawa. By Joanne Schnurr.

October 05, 2018

Tick-monitoring study finds they’re more widespread in Ottawa than previously thought

Global News. By Beatrice Britneff.

October 05, 2018

Three in 10 ticks positive for Lyme, uOttawa research shows

Ottawa Citizen. By Megan Gillis.

August 30, 2018

Lyme Disease Research Project in the Greenbelt

National Capital Commission. Facebook video.

March 25, 2018

The Geography of Disease: How researcher Manisha Kulkarni is mapping health in Ottawa

CUSJC Catalyst. By Clarissa Leir-Taha.

November 16, 2017

Lyme disease cases more than double in Ottawa this year

CBC News. By Joe Lofaro.

November 10, 2017

U of O profs investigate rapid growth of Lyme disease in Ottawa

The Fucrum. By Zainab Al-Mehdar.

August 13, 2017

Rise of Lyme disease brings fear, resentment, as Ottawa joins at-risk areas

Ottawa Citizen & National Post. By Megan Gillis

July 06, 2017

Nature on the move

The Globe and Mail. By Wency Leung

June 26, 2017

Ottawa researcher says 1 in 3 ticks carrying Lyme disease in city's west end

CTV Ottawa News. By Joanne Schnurr

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