New sites!

As part of the recent move, I've been revamping all kinds of websites. I have a new Facebook site to aggregate all my research and writing projects, and a new personal website for an overview of everything that I do (and have done). Thanks to RO Design, I also have a new lab logo. Stay tuned for some upcoming new posts as well! Smith Emerging Infections Lab-01-01

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