Outbreaks of marine diseases are expected to increase with continued climate change and other human activities. These outbreaks can have far-reaching ecological, cultural and economic consequences.
The mission of the Primary Responders in Marine Emergent Disease (PRIMED) Network is to detect, monitor and effectively respond to marine wildlife disease emergencies in a changing ocean.
We are an interdisciplinary group of scientists, resource managers, educators, and community members with broad expertise in many fields including disease dynamics, ecology, and natural resource management.
With boots in the tide pools and fins in the water, we are PRIMED for the future.