Out today: "#Bat conservation and zoonotic disease risk: a research agenda to prevent misguided persecution in the aftermath of #COVID19" Happy to contribute to this piece led by
Bats risk persecution following #Covid19, but are vital for ecosystems. Public health and conservation specialists need to work together to find sustainable solutions to zoonotic diseases. Our new paper explains more:
Check out a new pub outlining priority research for "Bat conservation and zoonotic disease risk: a research agenda to prevent misguided persecution in the aftermath of #COVID19" led by for #bats. Happy to have contributed w/ many others
Hot off the press! A research agenda to prevent misguided #persecution of #bats in the aftermath of #COVID19 #collaboration #network4conservation
Thanks to for leading this piece outlining high-priority collaborative research areas at the interface of bat conservation & zoonotic disease and preventing misguided persecution in the aftermath of COVID‐19. Grateful to have been included!
Let us not wrongly persecute bats in the aftermath COVID-19.
Bat conservation and zoonotic disease risk: a research agenda to prevent misguided persecution in the aftermath of #COVID19 - Letter from 25 #bat researchers and conservationists Photo of heart-nosed bat by Adrià López-Baucells
Letter from 25 bat conservationists, proposing a research agenda to prevent misguided persecution of #bats in the aftermath of COVID‐19 - FREE access Left photo by Sanjitpaal Singh; right photo by Adrià López-Baucells
Our paper on #bat #conservation and zoonotic disease risk by et al. provides a research agenda to prevent misguided persecution and promote evidence-based guidance in the aftermath of #COVID19. Out now and #openaccess
New collaborative pub led by and the contribution of Hugo Rebelo from #BATECO group and w/ the contribution of many others presenting a research agenda to prevent misguided persecution of #bats in the aftermath of #COVID‐19 .