JEVISN is a centralized source of existing scientific information about Japanese encephalitis (JE) and Japanese encephalitis virus (JEV), developed in response to the 2022 outbreak of JEV in humans and domestic swine in Australia. JEVISN is maintained by the Center for the Ecology of Infectious Diseases (CEID) at the University of Georgia, with support from the Swine Health Information Center (SHIC).
JEVISN is intended as a resource for researchers, industry, and public and animal health officials interested in JEV. This website includes:
- Informational summaries of the state of understanding of JEV ecology, epidemiology, economic impacts, and response plans.
- Access to additional resources on JEV, including technical literature and resources from academic institutions, government agencies, and SHIC.
- Data on JE and JEV: As data and research on JEV become available, JEVISN will maintain a data warehouse to serve the needs of researchers and decision makers.
You are welcome to make suggestions about scientific and industry-specific information, publications, or resources that you believe should be included in JEVISN.
- To contribute to JEVISN, please email John King (firstname.lastname@example.org) with the email subject “JEVISN”.
CEID also manages the JEVISN email listserv. This listserv is an email communication platform for subscribers to receive and share updated information, ideas, and questions with other subscribers.
- For questions or to subscribe to the listserv, please contact John King (email@example.com) with the email subject “JEVISN-listserv”.
- Subscribers may post to the listerv at JEVISN@listerv.uga.edu.
Thank you for your interest in JEVISN.
Director, Center for the Ecology of Infectious Diseases (CEID), University of Georgia