Freshly Pressed: Adler

4/11/2016

Typhoid Fever: A History
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Typhoid Fever, A History, a book by Richard Adler and Elise Mara (’14 B.S.), has been published by McFarland Press. Using first person historical accounts, the book describes the early efforts of treatment and prevention, paving the way for understanding of infectious disease in general.

Adler is associate professor of microbiology and Mara is a former student who is currently in the master's program at U-M’s School of Public Health.